Our world is radically changing through fast-moving advances in data science and rapid progress in artificial intelligence. Technologies such as biometrics, cloud computing, and predictive analytics already impact us in ways we often don't realize. Hosted by Kees Poort, this show features the implementation and consequences of digital data-driven science through conversations with prominent thinkers in this field.
Citizen-data scientists promote the reuse of analytic data generated from our personal activities to deliver analytic algorithm models drawn up around predictive digital insights. That’s an entire alternate marketsite you might not necessarily be aware off. The global network of big data, the exchange that trades your behavioral digital data. In this episode Kees Poort delves into the security, governance and use of these end-to-end analytics lifecycle platforms.Coming Soon
A technical term derived from computer-science, biometrics technology is now something you’re exposed to on a daily, minute-by-minute, basis. Measuring your human characteristics, biometric electrical currents generate a wide variety of data above and beyond the access to your own mobile phone. From hi-tech facial recognition, eye retina scans to body measurements and calculations, Kees Poort scans the impact of the surveillance world in the episode.Coming Soon
Detailed route maps of our planet have been sketched for centuries, yet in this episode Kees Poort discusses the new wave of consolidated data mapping. The latest infra-structure from every far corner of our planet Earth is combined with industry specific data analysis into interactive geographic maps. The combination of on-the-ground sourced data, often supplied by aid-workers, with the latest digital mapping technologies draws a clear picture of community risk assessments.Coming Soon
Innovation engines can accelerate the extraction of knowledge and insights from raw data in new optimal ways. Kees Poort talks with the leaders in this field of replacing the performance objective technologies with novel solution-oriented outcomes. How does this impact our society by ultimately automating the production of endless streams of interesting solutions in any domain?Coming Soon