Computers for Education, Art, and Scientific Research

Dataseam is a private, KY based initiative that connects technology, arts learning, and scientific research in an uncanny way.  The founders noticed the need for state investment in technology and decided to leverage that investment for more than one purpose.  13 years after their initial pitch to the KY General Assembly, they have placed over 17,000 computers in school, trained over 6,000 teachers how to use them, and provided over $1.8 million in scholarships.  That is not to mention that all those computers work every night after school ends to form a research grid which collectively creates the largest network of cancer drug research.