Any academic institute, public sector body, non-governmental organization, or non-profit organization that addresses one or more of the following goals:
- Promotes data-driven research and professional expertise
- Fights social injustice
- Supports environmental causes such as fighting global climate change
- Promotes web-transparency and a trusted digital ecosystem
Promotes and drives forward data-driven strategies to benefit our economy and society
- An organization (universities included) can use Bright Data’s products and services to drive critical research forward.
- An organization (universities included) can use one of Bright Data’s products as a teaching tool – e.g. universities are using the Bright Data Data Collector as a teaching tool for their departments and others are using the web data network as a way to reach accurate and relevant public data
- Holding expert-led sessions – for example, King’s College holds data-focused masterclasses with the Initiative, while we hold responsible data management sessions with Hong Kong University
- An NGO, accelerator, or NPO wishing to receive help with web data collection, e.g., Elem uses Bright Data products to reach teenagers that may suffer from abusive homes. Subak Climate, an accelerator based in the UK, uses us to provide environmental data for their research.
- University internships: This year we held our first internship with King’s College.
- Commercial companies that wish to partner in driving forward the Initiative’s goals, e.g., Microsoft Israel has partnered with us to run a session on responsible AI/bots with King’s College.
- Commercial companies working to benefit society, e.g., Mathison partnered with us since they promote a diversified workforce.
- Public bodies: e.g., we are providing support to the UK’s National Data Strategy (NDS) by taking part in the working Forum established by the UK government and dedicating considerable resources to the development of the NDS.
Have another idea about how we can collaborate?
Don’t hesitate to get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org