Are you a student eager to learn more about Big Data or are you a professional looking for informative videos in your area of interest? Whoever you are, be assured that not just enthusiasts and practitioners, but also the inquisitive user has a great deal of interest in Big Data and related topics now. As Big Data and Analytics are evolving, internet users all over the world are curious to learn more about it — more so, because it already has an indirect effect on their life choices and spending patterns, among others.
Here are our top 10 picks, listed in no particular order.
1. Big Data in 2017: What next?
Big Data has always been big news for the tech media, but what should we expect from it in 2017? Digital Features lists their pros and cons.
2. The Power of Big Data and Psychographics
This informative talk by Alexander Nix, CEO of Cambridge Analytica will throw light upon the power of psychographics.
3. How Big Data Can Influence Decisions That Actually Matter
This TEDx talk by Prukalpa Sankar, co-founder of SocialCops, a data intelligence company, talks about how to use Data for prevention of crime.
4. Big Data will impact every part of your life
Dr Charles W Stryker, the founder and president of a professional advisory firm Venture Development Center Inc, talks about how Big Data is present in each and every aspect of your life.
5. Big Data is better data
What’s the future of big data-driven technology and design?
6. Why does Big Data matter?
Data scientist Donna Green provides answers to this crucial and other questions in this fact-filled talk.
7. What is Hadoop?
8. Technology revolution — Big Data
This enlightening talk by Piyush Gupta of DBS Group throws light upon the changing times in technology and Big Data.
9. Big Data revolution
This PBS documentary tries to captures the promise and peril of Big Data and its extraordinary knowledge revolution.
10. Human face of Big Data
This documentary here explains in little under 44 mins, the human face of Data, as well as Data Visualisation.
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