IST Lunch Bunch

Tuesday May 21, 2019 12:00 PM

Big Data, New Physics

Speaker: Jeff Jonas, Senzing
Location: Annenberg 105

As large collections of data come together some very exciting, and somewhat unexpected things happen. As data grows the quality of predictions improve, poor quality data starts to become helpful, and computation can actually get faster as the number of records grows. Now, add to this, the "space-time-travel" data about how things move that are being created by billions of mobile devices and the Internet of Things – what becomes computable is outright amazing. Why is all this so important? The most competitive organizations are going to make sense of what they are observing fast enough to do something about it while they are observing it. After this presentation, you will never think about data again the same way.

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Contact: Diane Goodfellow diane@cms.caltech.edu