Data Science to Solve Social Problems — Bayes Impact

Thursday, December 07, 2017 at 12:00pm to 1:30pm

Building E53, 482
30 WADSWORTH ST, Cambridge, MA 02142

Learn about Bayes Impact’s work using data science and technology to improve social services.


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Bayes Impact is a technology non profit that is building the social services of the future using software and data science. Bayes works to deliver personalized and scalable interventions for millions of people around the world. Founded in 2014, it has worked on projects making a social impact in health care, justice and unemployment. 


The MIT GOV/LAB ( is a research group of political scientists focusing on innovation in citizen engagement and government responsiveness.

The Data Science to Solve Social Problems series features practitioners who are applying data science techniques to real world social problems. This series aims to promote dialogue and collaboration between social scientists and data analysts / engineers working on innovative projects.

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