A Conversation With The NIST Big Data Working Group

Law360, New York (July 10, 2015, 10:41 AM EDT) -- Big data is everywhere. It impacts how we communicate, socialize, make everyday purchases, spend leisure time and conduct business. As a primary vehicle for collecting, storing, analyzing and transmitting big data, the Internet is also becoming ubiquitous: in our TVs, phones, vehicles, appliances and other devices in our homes, factories powering the economy and our basic infrastructure.

Data scientists currently have access to more data than ever before, and they continuously discover new ways to harness even bigger volumes and varieties of data. Individuals, nonprofits and corporations alike aspire to use big data to solve problems, improve public welfare and economic...

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