UK Investing $120M To Use Big Data To Kickstart Innovation

Law360, New York (February 10, 2014, 2:56 PM EST) -- The U.K.'s Universities and Science Minister David Willets on Thursday unveiled plans for £73 million ($120 million) worth of funding that will go toward helping the public and academics unlock the potential of using big data for research and analysis for a variety of purposes.

According to a press release on the U.K.government's official website, the $120 million in funding will be broken up and divided between 55 different projects. Slices of the $120 million will go to an array of different interests, including developing a...
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