The 2016 Green Templeton College Lecture Series: Living by numbers: Big data and society

This series of four lectures is intended to raise questions about the nature of developments associated with the availability and analysis of large datasets (big data) and the implications for core aspects of everyday life.

What is the digital future and how will it significantly change our lives and how we do research?

Questions relating to uncertainty over the assembly and holding of data, its communication and usage, methods of analysis, and potential beneficiaries are at the heart of the lecture series which aims to discuss the assumptions, expectations, trends and research methods carried forward by the increasing digitisation of everyday life.

See ‘Living by numbers’ poster
Type: Seminar Series
Series organiser: Sue (Drakes)
Timing: Mondays at 6pm, second, third, fourth and sixth week
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Editors: Sue Wilson, Bailey Jones