Category Archives: Data Quality
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CIO.com: Having inaccurate or incomplete data is bad for business. Yet substandard data quality is a staple of many organizations, largely because of a disconnect between CIOs and line of business managers, according to a 451 Research survey of 200 … Continue reading
“I think you grow into Big Data” Jeanne Ross, Director of MIT’s Sloan School Center for Information Systems Research, interviewed by Dave Vellante and Paul Gillin at the CDOIQ Symposium, July 23, 2104.
“Automation is not the solution to data transformation and data cleaning” “Predictive Interaction is a new model for high-level human-data interaction that radically improves the productivity and accessibility of the most time-consuming work in the analytics lifecycle.”
Joe Hellerstein: “We are washing our data on the side of the river on stones, we are really in the early early stages of productivity technology in data science.”
HT: Big Data Republic
Stuart Madnick, MIT, at the 7th annual MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality (CDOIQ) Symposium with Dave Vellante and Jeff Kelly. From Silicon Angle’s summary of the interview: “[Dave] Vellante asks if Madnick sees a ‘hard connection between big data and … Continue reading