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Data for Good

Analytics helping humanity. 


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Some people look at data and see numbers.
Others look at numbers and see faces.

SAS is proud to be part of the Data for Good movement, which encourages using data in meaningful ways to solve humanitarian issues around poverty, health, human rights, education and the environment.

Data is shaping our world – for the better

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New Zealand's Ministry of Social Development

Investing in Youth

With analytics at the heart of welfare reform, New Zealand’s Ministry of Social Development invests in the support young people need to build a better future.


Project Odyssey

Data Reveals Firearms Patterns

Project Odyssey, a European Union project developed to share crime information, uses data mining to reveal the source of firearms and ultimately cut off supplies.



Data Points Reflect Real People

When CrescentCare analyzes patient information to better manage healthy outcomes, their focus goes beyond collecting data points – to caring for people.


Jake Porway Portrait
Using data for good is in the DNA of SAS, which is so exciting because you don’t see that in every corporation ... it’s really only when we’re all involved that we’re going to go beyond just using data to make better decisions about what kind of movies we want to see, to using data to make better decisions about the world we want to see.

Jake Porway, Founder and Executive Director of DataKind

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