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May

[Presentation] Using big data to improve and safeguard life on earth

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There is a near infinite pool of knowledge that can be attained by applying the insights of big data and analytics into our everyday lives. And according to NASA’s Dennis Andrucyk, this pool of knowledge expands much farther than just Earth; we should in fact be seeking intelligence by exploring outer space. 

Dennis Andrucyk is the Deputy Associate Administrator of NASA’s Science Mission Directorate, and we were incredibly lucky to have him deliver a keynote address at CeBIT Australia 2017 on how data from outer space has the potential to change our lives (from searching for life elsewhere to better understanding weather patterns)

Take a look at his presentation below to hear more about the potential of big data to turn curiosity of the unknown into scientific evidence.

 

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