Actively Participating in the Big Data Revolution
The hype about Big Data is all around us and it seems the data is busy at work solving the world's problems. Big Data is being used to stop crimes, find cures to cancer and organizations like Maplight.org are using data to shine the light on money's influence on politics.
Every day, there are new stories about the power of Big Data, but for many, the Big Data phenomenon seems distant. For most of us, the Big Data revolution has been a passive transformation that has brought on more targeted advertisements and better restaurant recommendations - but the next wave of Big Data innovation will turn that on its head.
Regardless of who we are and what problem we're solving, our world is becoming more data-driven. Christian Chabot, current CEO of Tableau Software, former VC and Stanford MBA, knows that people today are changing their lives and work using data. In this talk, Christian will share their stories and offer insights into how we can all become more data-driven, every day
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- What will this revolution look like?
- What are its pitfalls?
- When is data-driven decision-making become as ubiquitous as firing up an iPad, or smartphone?
- How can you become an active participant?
- Who will succeed?
- Christian Chabot Tableau Software
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