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Big data is dead: Now what? - MindTap Empowered Educator webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Kristine Chompff
13:10
Welcome everyone! We will be getting started in one minute. Please feel free to introduce yourselves on the chat!
Timothy Donnet
14:15
Welcome!
Gerald Adams
15:40
Gerald Adams- Lecturer in HE- Holmesglen Victoria
Kristine Chompff
29:53
Going well Tim! Half way through now (you're the only one who can see this BTW)
Kristine Chompff
40:39
Here's a link to the book on Booktopia: https://www.booktopia.com.au/competing-on-analytics-the-new-science-of-winning-thomas-h-davenport/prod9781633693722.html
Kristine Chompff
41:59
Tim, keep going I think - no questions so far so let's go another 5 minutes or so
Kristine Chompff
45:00
If anyone has any questions, share with us and we'll have Tim address shortly
Kristine Chompff
48:25
Hi Frances, yes indeed, we will be making the recording available after the event
Christian Chanin
49:44
I was wondering if you could elaborate more on the problems regarding quality of data and how we appraise the quality of the insights its giving. I’ve experienced cases where SAP data was inaccurate but it was possible to verify. What happens when machine learning is giving you recommendations but you don’t understand the logic it followed?
Kristine Chompff
57:06
Will ask and I'm sure he does!
Greg Bamber
58:59
Might you wish to share with us any examples of unintended consequences of organisations placing too much reliance on or mis-using big data for their big decisions e.g. perhaps in the field of managing people? Thanks. Cheers; all the best!Professor Greg Bamber
Regine Abos
01:02:26
Thank you!!