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The Bright Initiative Partners, Oxford, and Royal Holloway Universities release part one of their research surrounding access and accessibility to FAIR Data

Supporting education institutions and academic research on an international level is a large part of The Bright Initiative’s mission to use data for good. We’re proud that two of our esteemed partners, Oxford University and Royal Holloway University, together with DANS (Data Archiving and Networked Services) and The Hague, Netherlands, used the Bright Data network to perform vital research for a recently published paper that explores data access and accessibility in research.

The Bright Initiative x Women in Data

On 28 June 2022, The Bright Initiative, in partnership with Women in Data, a network of 25,000+ data professionals, will host a summit of data leaders from UK Government departments, public agencies, and major businesses to discuss the major role data can play in enhancing women’s safety, and the steps needed to make it happen. The event plans to set out an ambitious program for change.

The Bright Initiative Partners with Women in Data to Explore How Data Can Be Used to Its Fullest Potential to Ensure Women’s Safety

The Bright Initiative recently hosted a major summit in London that brought together global data leaders to explore how data can be used in a more impactful manner to combat violence against women and girls.

The Bright Initiative Selected to Participate in the UK Government’s Data Skills Task Force

The Bright Initiative was recently selected to participate in the UK government’s Data Skills Task Force (DST). This task force promotes collaboration and drives action in the country’s national response to addressing widespread skills deficits in the fields of data science and AI.

Celebrating the women of The Bright Initiative

In honor of International Women’s Day this year, we decided to take a deeper look into the incredibly strong, bold, and intelligent women of The Bright Initiative – our partners.

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 will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas.

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.

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