In the Open: From Open Data to the Open Society | Wisconsin Institute for Discovery 2014-05-30


"In the last decade we have witnessed two significant data trends: (1) Big Data: The exponential accumulation of high quality data sets across an amazing range of fields, which significantly changes the questions that we now can ask and answer (2) Open Data: The free distribution of data and information, spanning industries from journalism to urban planning, astronomy to e-commerce, diffuses knowledge and transforms the very nature of work and employment It is the combination of Big Data and Open Data that promises to remodel research, education and business. On Sept. 8, Hybrid Zone X @WID will convene a diverse group of thinkers from academia and business to explore the frontier of data analytics, present novel forms of data visualization and induction, examine the power of citizen science for research and business, discuss the new economics of our open economy, and provide an overview of significant changes on the research horizon that will have an impact on all data intensive enterprises ..."


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05/30/2014, 17:09

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