Data is often referred to as the ‘oil of the 21st century’, but at Helpful Engineering, we believe it’s the compass—guiding us towards a more equitable, sustainable, and prosperous future. In the complex web of challenges and solutions outlined by the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UNSDGs), data science emerges as a powerful tool. From informing policy decisions to predicting future challenges, the potential of data is limitless. Aligned with the UNSDGs, our Data Science initiatives aim to harness this potential, translating vast streams of data into actionable insights for a brighter global future.
Utilizing machine learning and statistical models to predict climate change patterns and its impacts, guiding preventive measures.
Applying NLP techniques to analyze policies, assess their alignment with UNSDGs, and suggest improvements.
Developing models to forecast health trends, identify at-risk populations, and optimize healthcare resource allocation.
Understanding global wealth distribution, economic growth patterns, and social inequalities to inform sustainable economic growth initiatives.
Using data to optimize crop yields, predict potential food shortages, and ensure Zero Hunger (Goal 2).
Monitoring and analyzing digital learning trends to ensure inclusive and equitable Quality Education (Goal 4) for all.
Tracking changes in biodiversity, aiding in the protection and restoration of ecosystems under Life on Land (Goal 15).
Guiding smart city initiatives and infrastructure planning using data to ensure sustainable cities and communities (Goal 11).
Creating compelling visual narratives from data to raise awareness about UNSDGs and track progress.
Ensuring responsible and ethical use of data and AI technologies, respecting individual rights, and preventing biases.