Today Wednesday October 19 2016 Brooklyn Law School’s Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship (CUBE) presents What’s the Big Deal with Big Data?. A panel will address questions: Do the benefits of data collection and usage outweigh the privacy intrusions? Does the Blockchain, or other emerging technologies, somehow save us and our data from control by (un)trusted intermediaries while advancing the value of a data-driven world? How do lawyers wrestle with these questions in a real-world context? Speakers: Solon Barocas, Postdoc Researcher, New York City Lab, Microsoft Research; Dimitri Nemirovsky, Co-Founder of Reyhani Nemirovsky LLP and Vida Identity; Rachel F. Strom, Partner, Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, LLP; Dana V. Syracuse, Counsel, BuckleySandler LLP. Moderator: Christina Mulligan, Associate Professor of Law, Brooklyn Law School. The event will be webcast live on the Internet Society Livestream Channel.
What: What’s the Big Deal with Big Data?
Where: Brooklyn Law School
When: Wednesday October 19 2016 6:45-8:15pm ET | 22:45-00:15 UTC
Twitter: #bigdata + @brooklynlaw http://bit.ly/2dllTrE