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Data-driven science, and lessons from the research world – Strata

16th January 2012
By Kaitlin Thaney

Did you miss last month’s Strata online conference “Moving to Big Data“? I joined other industry experts, offering my thoughts on big data from the viewpoint of a researcher in the sciences. In this talk, I posit that we’re not only “getting this wrong” in the academic research context, but that these problems are also finding their way in to the broader research enterprise. Tune in to hear more about how financial, social and technical constraints are affecting the way we perceive and handle information, and what the best means forward to fixing the breaks in the system is.

You can browse through the other top-notch presentations from representatives from IBM, Intel, Forbes and more.

I’ll also be speaking on the classification “junk data” and data sharing, as well as data privacy at the next (in-person, not online) Strata Conference this March in Santa Clara, California. Interested in joining? Plug in the code KT30 for a 30% discount. I hope to see you there.

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