World Data League Launches Public Report with the Competition’s Best Solutions and Strategies

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The work of more than 100 data scientists, over 14 challenges in line with the 11th United Nations Goal – Sustainable Cities and Communities – is now available for consultation and use through an open report released by the World Data League.
This report summarizes the best strategies, data used, context, and impact of the solutions presented by the 50 international teams that participated in the first edition of the data competition. For two months, teams representing 34 nationalities worked on social impact issues related to Data-Driven Cities: Public Transport, Traffic, Cycling, Environment, and Noise Pollution.
For the World Data League organization, this report is the achievement of the project’s initial commitment: to use the power of the community to help solve social impact challenges through data.
With an eye on the future, the competition just opened a Call for Challenges. All companies, NGOs, or governmental bodies tackling issues related to the Sustainable Development Goals that could be solved through data are invited to apply. Applications close on December 15th.
The World Data League is a non-profit data competition that gathers the best minds in Data Science, Artificial Intelligence, and Machine Learning to develop long-lasting solutions for socially-oriented problems.

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