Data for Good

By July 9, 2015 No Comments
11am - 1pm    27th May 2015    Museum of Contemporary Art 140 George Street, The Rocks NSW 2000 


Every day, whether we like it or not, we each generate new data about our lives, giving clues about our health, wealth and even our happiness.

Data is being used to improve – even revolutionise – the way we live our lives. But it seems something is holding us back from even faster progress: fear.

What are we scared of? And are these fears valid? Is it possible that we need to shift our thinking from “data is evil” to “data is just data”? And do we need to overcome our fear to really start to enjoy the benefits of longer, healthier, wealthier and happier lives?

Join Ticky Fullerton (ABC) and a host of industry figures to explore one of our time’s most important issues.

Dr Rami Mukhtar is co-founder and CEO of Ambiata and a practicing data scientist. Ambiata empowers enterprise to understand the truth and consequences of their decisions by rigorously measuring and connecting the customer response with their actions in order to ultimately optimise customer experience and value. Rami has worked closely with enterprise in telco, banking, insurance, retail and media sectors helping them to transform them from belief driven organisations to data driven ones.

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