Being dangerous

Posted to Data Sharing  |  Tags: ,  |  Nathan Yau

Think big data, and it’s tough not to associate it with big corporations who have their own interests in mind. Use data. Make money. It doesn’t have to always be like that though. Jen Lowe, for the Deep Lab Lecture Series, talks about reclaiming some of that power with silent gestures through the web and using data for good.

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