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16 Jul 2019
Key concepts: New trends in big data


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Big Data is dead - long live Big Data!
The Big Data boom heralded a revolution in data technology, which underpins a number of business-as-usual systems.  However, given the hype generated around the big data world and the need to chase yellow elephants, Big Data is often deemed to have failed to deliver the value it promised.  In this session Richard will talk about the lasting impact of the big data, how it is enabling the AI moment, and talk about possible opportunities and challenges ahead.

In this webinar you will learn:
  • How AI is impacting our understanding of Big Data as a tool of discovery and real-time data streaming and analysis.


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 16 July 2019


Presentation: Key concepts: New trends in Big Data

Download this presentation from Richard Pugh, Mango Solutions, on his view on the new trends in Big Data.

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Speakers

Richard Pugh

Chief Data Scientist & Co-Founder, Mango Solutions


Summary

Richard Pugh is Mango Solutions’ Chief Data Scientist and has over 20 years’ experience of working with data. As co-founder of Mango, Richard has led a wide range of ground-breaking data science projects for some of the most forward-thinking companies in the world, which has allowed him to make his vision of proactive, data-driven business culture a reality. In his day-to-day role, Richard spends much of his time advising clients from a variety of industries on data-driven strategies, while keeping up-to-date with the cutting edge commercial applications of data science. Richard co-authored the book “R in 24 Hours”, was the first president of the R Consortium, sits on the RSS Data Science Section Committee and is a sought after speaker at industry leading events. Using his wealth of experience, he helps companies make better decisions through data, and remove any perceived constraints on the limits of data science, sharing that it can inform and transform all aspects of a business.

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