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  • The Changing Economics of Data: A View From Inside Amazon

    by John Rauser

    A central story of the web is how ubiquitous high-speed communication lowered the cost of group creation and led to things we now call web 2.0 and the social web. There is an analogous story happening in data science. The dual innovations of Hadoop and elastic utility computing have dramatically changed the economics of data processing. The impact of these changes will be as profound; we will be grappling with them for many years to come. This talk explores these changes through the lens of several case studies of big data inside Amazon. Join us for a peek inside the unfolding data revolution.

    This session is sponsored by Amazon Web Services

    At 9:00am to 9:45am, Wednesday 21st September

    In Westside Ballroom 4, Marriott Marquis Times Square

  • We're Measuring The Wrong Things

    by Matthew Bishop

    Are 80 year old measures of the economy still useful, and can the age of big data offer us better indicators against which to benchmark economic performance?

    At 10:40am to 11:00am, Wednesday 21st September

    In Westside Ballroom, Marriott Marquis Times Square

  • Money Talks (And What It Says)

    by Coco Krumme

    What billions of credit card transactions can tell us about the nature of habits, patterns of human movement, and the structure of urban economies.

    At 11:40am to 11:50am, Wednesday 21st September

    In Westside Ballroom, Marriott Marquis Times Square

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