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Bright Initiative, upReach work to bridge data skills gap in UK

The Bright Initiative led a workshop for the students participating in upReach’s Tech 500 program on January 12.

Class is in session: For this lesson, we’re covering web data

Students of the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences (AUAS) received a masterclass course on how to leverage the use of public web data using Bright Data’s products and platform on Wednesday.

Reaching the remarkable with public web data

For the safeguarding, betterment, and survival of our society, DataTech has a crucial role to play.

The Bright Initiative at Improvate conference in Jerusalem

Bright Data CEO Or Lenchner spoke about the real-world capabilities of the Bright Initiative, and what the organization is doing to drive forth positive global change in a panel alongside world-renowned musician and tech entrepreneur of the Black Eyed Peas.

The power of collaboration: Opportunities for educators and industry to work together in building data skills

Supporting education programmes is one of the core reasons that the Bright Initiative was established, with the social need to develop people’s understanding of the power of data sitting alongside the commercial need to nurture the data professionals of the future. That’s why we are delighted to work with education institutions and groups around the world and recently took part in a webinar on skills organised by the UK’s CollabGroup.

The Bright Initiative X Manchester Metropolitan University – Kicking Off The Web Data Course

Bright Data’s The Bright Initiative kicked off its workshop with Manchester Metropolitan University’s RISE Programme on November 24, teaching the first of six classes that delve into different aspects of data as part of an established course for university credit.

Millennials and Gen Zers Give New Meaning to ‘Working for the Environment’

It’s hard to ignore the increasing number of floods, wildfires, hurricanes, and droughts wreaking havoc around the world. As the intensity of these natural disasters grows, so too does global awareness of, and concern for, the world’s ecosystems, especially among today’s Millennials (ages 25-40) and Gen Zers (teens and those in their early to mid-20s). This may explain why they are more focused on combating the climate crisis, both personally and professionally, than their predecessors.

No WAN’s Land: Helping Princeton University Map U.S. Broadband Coverage

The Bright Initiative’s commitment to data-driven research has extended to providing Princeton University with technology to research the reliability of the FCC’s broadband map.

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