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Big data is high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making.
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The Ethics of Big Data
“As with every other technology, new or old, Big Data is neither good nor bad nor neutral. Design, implementation and use determines whether Big Data is ethical or not, though its limitations in revealing more about our society should be borne in mind when using the data to make sweeping statements about the state of the world.”
Open Data, chapter 10 – Next
1. From set of Open/Big data term definitions, explain what they describe and why they differs. 2. Write technical essay about ethic in releasing of data. How much do you think that law is involved in what we perceive as (non)ethical? 3. Critically argument on the topic “correlation vs. causation”. 4. [not a question, rather task] – Write review of some technical essay, no matter the theme. Focus on how good is evidence, how well is the context of the problem isolated from influencing factors and how relevant is the solution to the described problem. – (ideally selected excerpts from theses can be used as the text, together with abstract and thesis task description)