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Defining the Data Economy: Data Analysis & Exchange

Renowned publication, The Economist, describes data as being "to this century what oil was to the last one: a driver of growth and change." Given the integral part that data is sure to play in digital transformation across global industries and societies, it's time to level-set on what exactly constitutes this rapidly evolving "Economy of Data." How does it stand to influence us and shape the way we approach important decisions?

In this three-part episode of the BI Report, we will explore the core elements of the Data Economy (Data Production & Gathering, Data Organization & Preparation, Data Analysis & Exchange) in an effort to better understand the role data has to play in the marketplace and how we can harness it.

In this episode: Data Analysis & Exchange. A panel of industry experts will discuss:
- How analytics has become essential for modern businesses to interpret increasingly large volumes of data
- The tools and technologies businesses are using to obtain critical insights from data
- Current trends transforming the analytics landscape (AI, machine learning, data science, etc)

Moderator: Cory Minton, CEO & Founder of Big Data Beard
Panelist: Thomas Henson, Global Business Development Manager AI/Analytics at Dell EMC
Panelist: Mark Maxwell, Head of UKI Strategic Sales at Fivetran
Recorded Jun 23 2020 53 mins
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    - How is the IoT landscape expanding and what does this mean when it comes to sourcing data from disparate entities?
    - What are the challenges organizations face when it comes to gathering data and creating a data pipeline for analytics?
    - Best practices for streamlining data acquisition strategy

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    Panelist: Monark Vyas, Managing Director, Applied Intelligence at Accenture
    Panelist: Danny Wootton, Former Interim Head of Data, AI & Automation at UK Ministry of Defence
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