BYTE presents the positive and negative impacts of Big Data across sectors in Dublin

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The BYTE project is exploring scientific and industrial organizations in Europe to gain a greater understanding of the positive and negative externalities associated with Big Data. In our last workshop at the NDRC in Dublin, the results of this research were presented, including:
– A series of case studies and focus groups on Big Data in various sectors such as environment, commerce, smart cities, culture, energy, healthcare, and transport
– Horizontal analysis to identify the positive and negative impacts, practices, barriers or outcomes of Big Data projects that are shared across different case study sectors
– Evaluation of societal impacts as evidenced within the different disciplines using the case studies and the horizontal analysis as a backdrop

The slides of the presentations are available here:

– Big data societal externalitites. Results from the BYTE case studies (Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo) http://www.slideshare.net/BYTE_EU/big-data-societal-externalitites-results-from-the-byte-case-studies

– Big Data in a Digital City. Key Insights from the Smart City Case Study (Sonja Zillner) http://www.slideshare.net/BYTE_EU/big-data-in-a-digital-city-key-insights-from-the-smart-city-case-study

-Horizontal analysis of societal externalities (Hans Lammerant) http://www.slideshare.net/BYTE_EU/horizontal-analysis-of-societal-externalities

– Addressing economic externalities (Guillermo Vega-Gorgojo) http://www.slideshare.net/BYTE_EU/addressing-economic-externalities

– Addressing non economical externalities (Hans Lammerant) http://www.slideshare.net/BYTE_EU/addressing-non-economical-externalities