Queuing up to wait for services is a nearly universal experience. We routinely arrange ourselves in single file lines at the bank, at retail stores, and at the fast-food drive-through. Since the COVID pandemic hit, we've increasingly waited in lines to ensure our health – lining up to be seen
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In the face of rapid digitalization and modernization, data scientists in Cameroon joined the SAS Hackathon seeking a way to preserve indigenous African languages.
The city of Heidelberg, Germany is known for its romantic cityscape, which attracts tourists from all over the world. It also has the youngest population in Germany, thanks largely to the many students at one of Europe's oldest and largest universities. Perhaps less well known is that Heidelberg is twinned
A cancer journey affects both physical and mental health. This often results in feelings of social isolation, loss of identity, clinical depression and even PTSD. This often goes unrecognized and undiagnosed due in part to lack of resources, tools and time. Swedish startup War On Cancer wondered whether they could
During a SAS Hackathon, Zencos set out to help veterans reintegrate into a rapidly changing job market and discover potential career paths. Life after the military can be challenging, especially when it comes to finding meaningful employment that utilizes a returning service member’s unique knowledge and skills. Veterans must navigate the
Traffic collisions are the second leading cause of firefighter deaths in the United States and most of these collisions occur at intersections. That statistic, together with a vision to apply a combination of AI and IoT to find a solution for all emergency vehicle collisions inspired the Team Hackanadians in
During the SAS Hackathon, teams and mentors collaborate to find solutions to specific challenges. The hackathon is a win-win situation for all participants, from idea generation to the development of new technologies or solutions. The SAS Hackathon encourages developers to collaborate on practical ideas and offers employees the chance to
The application of IoT devices and artificial intelligence in healthcare presents numerous opportunities in use cases like training, research, end-of-life care, treatment, keeping well, early detection, diagnosis, and decision-making.
In a hackathon, teams of participants collaborate and compete to find the best solutions to a business or humanitarian challenge using technology. But unlike many traditional hackathons where participants meet in person for a couple of days, the SAS Hackathon is all-digital and lasts for a month. Prior to the
The 2021 SAS Hackathon was a major success and teams are now signing up for the 2022 hackathon. We are inviting you to join us. The world has lots of problems in search of answers and it’s your chance to contribute some creative solutions. Here’s what the team from KPMG
For more than 40 years, we’ve experienced countless great moments with our customers. From helping them solve the world’s most critical problems, to celebrating at our annual SAS Global Forum kickback party, we cherish every experience as much as you do. We continually focus on how to better engage with the wide