The Data 2.0 Conference is a one-day conference on April 4, 2011, in San Francisco that answers the question: How can improved access to data impact your industry? The U.S. government is opening up its data; social networks are exposing their APIs; and data-as-a-service is a new and growing business model. How can you use this data to better target new customers? What are new business models for your data? Data 2.0 tackles the big questions about the growing importance of data in business.
Get 20% off your ticket with discount code “data2reader” – Expected over 800 people!
The world’s largest data challenge, the $3 million Heritage Health Prize, will launch at the conference on April 4. Data analysts will compete to predict health outcomes using hospital data. This is the largest data challenge since the Netflix Prize.
Speakers include Nick Halstead, founder of DataSift; Joe Lonsdale, co-founder of Palantir; Vivek Wadhwa, columnist for BusinessWeek and contributor to TechCrunch; Jay Adelson, CEO of SimpleGeo; Gil Elbaz, CEO of Factual; representatives from Google, Microsoft, and over 40 more.
Welcome to the new world of cloud data, it will be exciting!