Are you looking for big data events and news? Then you’ve come to the right place. This week we’ve got details of more big data conferences and events taking place all across Europe, breaking stories about the role of big data in predicting crime, helping victims of Hurricane Sandy, and the legal and architectural challenges the industry faces, and all the lastest visualisations from The Human Face of Big Data campaign. We’d love to hear your thoughts on all of this, so leave us a comment at the bottom of the page.
Read on for the most recent news stories to come out of the world of big data. This week we take a look at all the latest events, a novel visualisation from Amsterdam Schiphol airport, NASA’s most recent big data competition and the ways big data can help to improve daily life in the countries with serious mosquito problems. Take a look now for this news and more.
Check out at all the latest big data news in our regular bulletin. How do the companies behind big data technologies see the field? Are football teams making effective use of it? And lastly, big data in 1955 – how and why? All of this will be answered in this week’s Big Data Insider, alongside another top stories, visualisations and information about upcoming industry events for everyone from developers to CIOs.
With new stories emerging about big data every week, about everything from setting up a strategy to the ethics of acting on insights, it’s an interesting time to be in the field. Our weekly digest finds the most important news stories from the last week, upcoming events from around the world, what’s being said about big data on social networks and exciting ways that this information is being visualised. Read on for all the latest big data news!
It’s been a busy week for big data. If you’re worried you might have missed something and want to catch up with the freshest big data news, look no further. Our big data news bulletin brings you the top headlines, as well as the latest insider information from around the web. Read on to get the scoop…