The 6th Annual Big Data Conference, held on Thursday, December 9, 2021, 2:00-5:00 PM, via Zoom, featured an in-depth discussion of creative destruction and the effects of Big Data, blockchain, AI, and real-time analytics on organizational change, with some of the top industry leaders in innovation, business, and technology from local, national, and international arenas. Read more “6th Annual BIG DATA Conference 2021 12/9”
IDSC’s first virtual and fifth annual Big Data Conference opened with keynote speaker Manos Spanos of Danone North America. Manos’ presentation entitled “Brand Storytelling in the age of AI” shone a spotlight on the decline of interaction in social media. Manos said it’s not about the stuff you make, it’s about the stories you tell. Read more “Catch the Replay: Big Data, Business, and the Pandemic on YouTube”
Big data, data analytics, advanced computing, and algorithms are rapidly and profoundly changing every sphere of human activity. Advanced computing gives us the ability to reliably and cost effectively store petabytes of data; and machine learning algorithms can crunch through massive datasets in real time to extract business intelligence and socially relevant information, giving firms new marketing tools, like mobile geo-social targeting.
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Daniel Cohen, Senior Vice President, Digital Payments and Labs for MasterCard Latin America and the Caribbean, offered the keynote address at the 2nd annual Big Data Conference & Workshop, Monday and Tuesday, December 4-5, 2017. In his role at MasterCard, he is responsible for leading the development and commercialization of innovative payment solutions that can be used at the check-out counter, via the web, mobile phone, tablet, and beyond. Previously, Daniel headed MasterCard’s operations in Israel as Country Manager. He was responsible for opening MasterCard’s first office in the country and expanding the company’s local payments footprint. During his time as Country Manager, he led the commercialization of breakthrough innovative payment solutions in the electronic and mobile commerce space. Daniel began his career at MasterCard in 2007, leading prepaid card program initiatives across the globe out of the company’s headquarters in Purchase, New York. Prior to joining MasterCard, he was a Strategy Consultant for BTS where he managed corporate strategy projects for Fortune 500 companies.