Invited Lecture: Dr. Peter Geczy

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Peter Geczy

Data Economy: The New Gold Rush?
Dr. Peter Geczy
National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology (AIST), Japan
Date & Time: TBA
Location: TBA

Description

If data is the ‘new gold’, is data mining the new gold rush? Companies and governments are racing to accumulate and exploit as much data as possible. Data about customers, operations, transactions, interactions – and the list continues. Data has been a significant innovation driver for several segments of developed economies. It is among the most prized assets of not only data-driven technology companies but also governments and individuals. Data has a substantial inherent value. Realization of this value drives the rapidly expanding data-oriented technology sector. Data mining technologies have been playing a central role in an increasing spectrum of economic activities. Growing data economy has been manifesting along several dimensions. We shall explore the pertinent dimensions of data economy and trends at the intersections of academic and commercial interests in data-oriented technologies.

Biography

Dr. Peter Geczy holds a senior position at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST). His recent research interests are in information technology intelligence. This multidisciplinary research encompasses development and exploration of future and cutting-edge information technologies. It also examines their impacts on societies, organizations and individuals. Such interdisciplinary scientific interests have led him across domains of technology management and innovation, data science, service science, knowledge management, business intelligence, computational intelligence, and social intelligence. Dr. Geczy received several awards in recognition of his accomplishments. He has been serving on various professional boards and committees, and has been a distinguished speaker in academia and industry. He is a senior member of IEEE and has been an active member of INFORMS and INNS.

 


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