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Big Data, Disruption, and the 800 Pound Gorilla in the Corner

Michael Stonebraker, adjunct professor at MIT and Tamr co-founder, discusses how large enterprises can solve Big Data challenges at scale.

As Big Data continues to evolve, we see companies working to address the volume of data and the rate at which data is being created. There are a number of companies in the market that tackle some of these disruptions, but there’s still an 800-pound gorilla in the corner of the Big Data room that needs to be addressed.

So, what is the 800 pound gorilla sitting in the corner?

During this webinar, Mike explains:

  • The evolution of Big Data and why there’s an 800-pound gorilla in the corner

  • Why data science is going to supersede business intelligence as the future of technology

  • How large organizations like Toyota and GE are solving Big Data challenges at scale

  • Why data scientists are spending 90% of their time finding or cleaning data and how to overcome this 

Watch this webinar to learn how to help your organization solve data challenges at scale.

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As Big Data continues to evolve, we see companies working to address the volume of data and the rate at which data is being created. There are a number of companies in the market that tackle some of these disruptions, but there’s still an 800-pound gorilla in the corner of the Big Data room that needs to be addressed.

So, what is the 800 pound gorilla sitting in the corner?

During this webinar, Mike explains:

  • The evolution of Big Data and why there’s an 800-pound gorilla in the corner

  • Why data science is going to supersede business intelligence as the future of technology

  • How large organizations like Toyota and GE are solving Big Data challenges at scale

  • Why data scientists are spending 90% of their time finding or cleaning data and how to overcome this 

Watch this webinar to learn how to help your organization solve data challenges at scale.

About the Speaker

Mike Stonebraker

Michael Stonebraker
Co-Founder at Tamr

Michael Stonebraker is an adjunct professor at MIT CSAIL and a database pioneer who specializes in database management systems and data integration. He was awarded the 2014 A.M. Turing Award (known as the “Nobel Prize of computing”) by the Association for Computing Machinery for his “fundamental contributions to the concepts and practices underlying modern database systems as well as their practical application through nine start-up companies that he has founded.”