Summit West, 500 W Madison Street, Chicago

Bringing together data scientists, government agencies, non-profits, and other organizations doing social good

We’re sold out but you can still join the waitlist in case spots open up.

The Data Science for Social Good Conference is a University of Chicago conference to highlight the successes, opportunities, and challenges faced by the growing Data Science for Social Good community. Organized by the Center for Data Science and Public Policy @ UChicago, DSSG conference is bringing key members from Governments, Non-Profits, Academia, and the Private Sector together to share best practices, learn from each other, and generate new collaboration opportunities.

The 2017 Conference

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The 2017 conference is bringing over 300 people from the data science, academic, government, non profit, and corporate communities from across the world to Chicago. Over two days, you’ll listen to talks on case studies and challenges, attend and participate in panel discussion and facilitated discussion groups, learn from hands-on training workshops, and make new friends from different backgrounds all passionate about the use of data for social good.


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The DSSG conference is organized  by the Center for Data Science and Public Policy, which is a University of Chicago initiative across the Computation Institute and the Harris School of Public Policy.

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