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In this special episode sponsored by IBM, Big Data enthusiast, working mom, Duke Blue Devil, runner, cook, golfer and karate black belt Inhi Cho Suh (@inhicho), vice president and general manager of Big Data, Integration, & Governance at IBM, talks about the opportunities and risks of Big Data.
 
Topics discussed include:
 
  • Why should non-technical business people care about big data?
  • Transactional, machine, social and enterprise data
  • The difference between social media and social data
  • The risks of collecting, storing and analyzing social data
  • OODA: What it is and how it applies to big data
  • Applying sound IT governance practices to big data projects
  • Respecting the intellectual property rights of others on big data
  • We’ve talked about harnessing Big Data to deliver improved business outcomes, but what about political and social outcomes.
  • Using what Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff said at the UN after she learned her phone was being tapped as a guide, in your opinion, does freedom of expression depend on the right to privacy?
  • What if CIA director of intelligence James Clapper hired you to make the PRISM program more constitutional? Could you? How?
  • Privacy by design
 
About the Host:
 
Eric Schwartzman is CEO of social media training provider Comply Socially, which helps employers manage the risk and capitalize on the opportunities of social media in the workplace.  Follow him on Google+. and on Twitter @ericschwartzman.


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