Ahead of the Big Data Innovation Summit , we review our predictions for the Big Data landscape in 2016 and see how many of these have been realized:
- Quantum computing, combined with advanced machine learning techniques, is set to allow even faster and more agile analysis of huge amounts of different data structures.
- Organizations will have to deal with increasing scrutiny around the effectiveness of necessary data security initiatives.
- As the amount of data increases exponentially, data scientists will need to learn to analyse larger data sets in turn.
- Particularly with the lacking labour supply, the usage of data is becoming more important with regards to making it accessible and relevant for business functions.
So was it all just hype? Are organizations actually managing to take full advantage of all the different sorts of data available to them? How are they securing their data so profits are not leaked? How are companies dealing with the lack of data scientists? The flagship Big Data Innovation Summit returns to San Francisco on April 21 & 22, to answer the burning questions, discuss the challenges and opportunities we are all going to face this year. See schedule.
Hear leading experts from Uber, eBay, Airbnb, US. Department of Commerce, Twitter and many more, exploring the pivotal developments for 2016’s Big Data progression. As Early Bird rates expire this Friday, February 19, we are offering all group members an additional 10% off using code: ‘DSC10’. Secure your place here.
Please contact Roy Asterley at [email protected] (+ 1 415 692 5426) for more details about the summit and group rates.
We look forward to meeting you in San Francisco!
The Big Data Team