“Big data: new information partitions” is the theme of the IST Inria seminar, which will take place between 6 and 10 October 2014.
The topic of Big Data is commonly addressed these days, but rarely from the point of view of media and documentation professionals. The 2014 seminar is going to attempt to fill this gap. The venue is yet to be revealed, and registration has not yet begun, but save the date!
- Charles Huot (Temis, Alliance Big Data):
What is Big Data? The technical and economic models already being applied. Learn more about the necessary steps to set up a Big Data project within your organisation.
- Julien Masanès (Internet Memory Foundation):
The magic of sets and big numbers: what we can do with Big Data and archives
- Pascale Sébillot (IRISA/INSA Rennes):
NLP tackling large volumes of potentially damaged textual data: what is different?
- Jean Carrive (INA):
Automatic analysis of image and sound to enhance audiovisual content
- Francis André (CNRS):
Diving into the ocean of research data; curation, infrastructure, and sharing.
- Véronique Mesguich, Co-Chair of the ADBS:
Extension of the monitoring field: the contribution of big data
- Stéphane Grumbach (Inria):
From data to intermediation: an economic and political development
- Dominique Cardon (SENSE/Orange and Marne la Vallée University/LATTS):
Calculate the web: 1. Typology of web metrics; 2. Social sciences and digital data
We will inform you when we have more information on the venue and registration has begun.