Emerging Prism: The Personal Implications of Big Data
Emerging Technology Trend: The Personal Implications of Big Data
The impact that emerging technologies are having in our world will inevitably affect our personal lives. How is the convergence of big data and "social" technologies changing how we live and work? What are the implications?
- Andrew Fiore and Eytan Bakshy, of Facebook, on the social implications of our growing connections online
- Duncan Watts, of Microsoft, on using the web for experimental social science
- Shane Green, of Personal, on how individuals can take control of their personal data and realize the value it holds
Data Scientist, Facebook
Eytan Bakshy is a researcher on the Data Science team at Facebook. His work broadly examines information diffusion and influence in online networks through the use of large-scale field experiments and observational studies. His current interests include causality in social networks, political media consumption, and information distribution. Before Facebook, Bakshy conducted research on quantifying influence on Twitter at Yahoo! Research, and the diffusion of user-created... Read More →
Data Scientist, Facebook
Andrew Fiore studies the social psychology of online communication as a data scientist at Facebook and a lecturer at the UC Berkeley School of Information, where he co-developed and co-teaches the graduate course on Computer-Mediated Communication. Previously, he was a visiting assistant professor at Michigan State University. Fiore has examined relationship formation through online dating, designed and prototyped novel interfaces for online social interaction, and analyzed social... Read More →
President and CEO, Personal
Shane Green is President and CEO of Personal and has been building and leading startups since the early 1990s. In 2009, Shane co-founded Personal, a company that gives individuals the tools to create a private, personal network with trusted individuals, companies and organizations in their lives. Built on a secure data vault, Personal’s platform allows individuals to organize, search, and control access to their digital information and online... Read More →
Principal Researcher, Microsoft Research
Duncan Watts is a principal researcher at Microsoft Research and a founding member of the MSR-NYC lab. From 2000-2007, he was a professor of Sociology at Columbia University, and then, prior to joining Microsoft, a principal research scientist at Yahoo! Research, where he directed the Human Social Dynamics group . He has also served on the external faculty of the Santa Fe Institute and is currently a visiting fellow at Columbia University and at Nuffield College, Oxford.
Wednesday October 24, 2012 11:35am - 12:30pm
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