Machine Learning and AI for Social Impact

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Machine Learning and AI for Social Impact

Innovations developed at big tech firms could transform the nonprofit world, with a little help from academia.

AI is a powerful tool for companies looking to find and keep customers, but could that same technology be repurposed to connect people with social services and government programs?

As founding director of the Golub Capital Social Impact Lab, Susan Athey is betting on the power of big data to change lives in a whole new way.

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