ZDNet Techlines: Big Data debunked event (gallery)
ZDNet Techline's held an event on Oct. 4 in New York City featuring some of the leading experts from around the United States who shared their experiences with Big Data. The Webcast, entitled, Big Data debunked – Finding the data signals," can be watched from this link.
We'll take a look at the event including several photos of the attendees and speakers after the event.
The panel from left to right included: James Kobielus, Big Data Evangelist, IBM; Larry Dignan, Editor-in-Chief of ZDNet; Michael Cavaretta, Ph.D., the Technical Leader, Predictive Analystics & Data Mining at Ford Research and Innovation; Katrina Montinola, Vice President of Engineering, Archimedes Inc.; Christine Twiford, Manager, Network Technology Solutions, T-Mobile; and Nicholas Skytland, Program Manager, Open Government Initiative, NASA.
The Webcast was held at the Jerome L. Greene Performance space.
Larry Dignan was the host for the event. Following are some photos of the Webcast.
Some of the audience.
TechRepublic's Jason Hiner (right) catches the opportunity to conduct some interviews after the event.
ZDNet's Mary Jo Foley was a special guest.
Welcome to the show.
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