COVID-19 from a Data Science Perspective

The current figures and statistics on COVID-19 sometimes differ so widely that it is difficult to draw conclusions about actual infection and mortality rates. But in fact, these are the crucial factor for effective and appropriate measures. Daniel Haake is using all of his data scientific knowledge and comes to valid conclusions. Read more

Doing good with data: Interview with Data Science for Social Good

Data Science for Social Good Berlin (DSSG Berlin) is an initiative of Data Scientists from Berlin, which supports non-profit organizations pro bono to use their data effectively and to gain insights suitable for projects. This is because they often lack the necessary expertise. Katharina Rasch, Data Scientist and part of the core team at DSSG Berlin, explains in detail what the preparatory work and know-how goes into the project and what concrete results can look like.

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