Hitachi Insight Group announced the launch of the City Data Exchange for Copenhagen, a new solution for making public and private data accessible so that they can power innovation that can make smart cities of the future more sustainable, prosperous, and vibrant.
In this special guest feature, Nitin Donde, CEO of Talena, Inc., discusses how the business of Big Data impact the economic development front, especially as it relates to poverty alleviation.
In this video from the HPC User Forum in Tucson, Prabhat from NERSC presents: Machine Learning. “Prabhat leads the Data and Analytics Services team at NERSC. His current research interests include scientific data management, parallel I/O, high performance computing and scientific visualization.”
Deloitte, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Macro Connections Group and Datawheel today launched DataUSA, a free and open platform that collects, analyzes and visualizes shared U.S. government data to help executives, policymakers and citizens better understand critical issues in areas like jobs, skills, education and health.
WSO2 Deep Huge Project Predicts 99.4% Chance of Presidential Win for Donald Trump if Arnold Schwarzenegger Joins Ticket as VP Candidate
Artificial Intelligence has evolved exponentially over the years—from Deep Blue beating Gary Kasparov in chess to DeepMind mastering Go. Now with the Deep Huge predictive analytics system, WSO2 takes on America’s national pastime, the 2016 presidential election.
Zoomdata, developers of one of the world’s fastest visual analytics solution for big data, announced the launch of its new federal program, designed with leading technology and professional services partners to help government agencies capitalize on the enormous amounts of data they generate and collect.
In this contributed article for Super Tuesday, Assaf Baciu, Co-Founder and SVP Product and Engineering of Persado, discusses the power of data science generated language designed to evoke a focused emotional response from voters.
The compelling infographic below was created by New England College’s Public Policy program and asks the question of how big data has changed public policy.
As next year’s U.S. presidential election continues to heat up, it might be useful to get a historical perspective for the Office of the Presidency. Using Tableau Public, data author David Pires provides an educational data visualization that includes statistics going back to the birth of the country.
Today Cornell University announced a five-year, $5 million project sponsored by the National Science Foundation to build a federated cloud comprised of data infrastructure building blocks (DIBBs) designed to support scientists and engineers requiring flexible workflows and analysis tools for large-scale data sets, known as the Aristotle Cloud Federation.