Announcement Event Surveillance Studies Centre Brexit, Facebook and Cambridge Analytica: The reporting and investigation of a scandal6:00pm – 7:30pm PDT April 30Fraser Building, Room 159 A public talk about privacy issues and the Facebook/Cambridge Analytica scandal with Carole Cadwalladr, UK journalist and Michael McEvoy, Information and Privacy Commissioner for BC. Hosted
There’s been a lot of buzz about how machine learning could help IoT consumer products get smarter. The principle behind IoT is that machines get to communicate with one another through the internet. As the situation currently stands, we have to give most of the machine instructions manually. The Extent
A doctor starts to collect information about a client from the first day of the appointment to each visit that a patient makes to their clinic. As a medical facility, data collection is often straightforward because patients are aware that their details are critical to the delivery of quality care.
When we talk about data today, we almost always talk about big data – information collected through passive processes in enormous amounts. But big data’s domination also raises a question: does traditional data collection even matter anymore? Big Data’s Abilities As the dominant framework, big data is the first place