All the excitement over the age of “Big Data” sometimes seems to champion numbers and raw information as the source of world-changing innovations. The thing is, data on its own does nothing.
We live in an ever-growing ocean of data.
On March 4, more than 500 leaders gathered for the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation and United Nations’ International Women’s Day forum held at the United Nations. This annual conference discusses the private sector’s role in economically empowering women around the world.
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The great need for science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) education in this country has been clear for years. From the school house to the White House, America’s leaders, businesses, and teachers have emphasized the growing skills gap that leaves U.S.
Farming is hard work – really hard. It’s not just the backbreaking labor and long hours. Farmers are some of the private sector’s biggest risk takers.
In the latest Bloomberg Businessweek, we see Big Data politics come full circle. Before 2012, it was the private sector’s ideas fueling data-driven campaigning.