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"Data Science: Where are We Going?" - Dr. DJ Patil (Strata + Hadoop 2015)

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Data Science, where are we going? What impact can we expect? With a special introduction from President Barack Obama. Watch more from Strata + Hadoop San Jose 2015: http://goo.gl/k9J3GB Visit the conference website to learn more: http://strataconf.com/big-data-conference-ca-2015/ Subscribe to O’Reilly on YouTube! http://goo.gl/szEauh Stay Connected to O'Reilly Media by Email - http://goo.gl/YZSWbO Follow O'Reilly Media: http://plus.google.com/+oreillymedia https://www.facebook.com/OReilly https://twitter.com/OReillyMedia About DJ Patil: Dr. DJ Patil has been the VP of Product at RelateIQ and the Data Scientist in Residence at Greylock Partners. He has held a variety of roles in academia, industry, and government, including Chief Scientist, Chief Security Officer, and Head of Analytics and Data Teams at the LinkedIn Corporation. Additionally he has held a number of roles at Skype, PayPal, and eBay.
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Techno Elite (11 months ago)
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abhijja com (1 year ago)
must learn what is data first.
Monica Jhala (1 year ago)
Plz tell me some links or app where i can study data science for free..
Saurabh Chaturvedi (3 months ago)
Kaggle.com
X X (1 year ago)
"This is the most data driven president we've ever had". That's because data science is a rather new popular thing. Data science wasn't really a thing when Bush were president.
Diginess Unknown (2 years ago)
"about half of the stuff my staff came up with was below average" - very funny.  Math joke.  Guess it matches with the data science theme.
It always amazes me how people can talk for a long period of time without actually saying anything. What a waste of time.
ANKUSH KUMAR (1 year ago)
Sameera Somisetty yes yeah
Sameera Somisetty (2 years ago)
So true! exactly my thoughts
Venu B Vijayanna (2 years ago)
Nice Introduction ......
Michael Allen (3 years ago)
Such a #worthy share...Thank you!
NJain (3 years ago)
This guy is a good propagandist for the government.
manuel carmona (3 years ago)
Gov = Acquisition of Resources to Control for Profit
mohamad hafiz yusof (3 years ago)
good stuff usa
O'Reilly (3 years ago)
Want to know more about data? Watch other keynotes and interviews from the Strata + Hadoop conference here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL055Epbe6d5aWZSOZAZ4MX5xXKEvlT6y_
Bhrugu jani (3 years ago)
need to be more clear how you need more help ? 
Roger Fried (3 years ago)
This is wonderful.  Government has different strengths than the private sector and this is another way that the government can help to build the American infrastructure.  Data science needs the contributions of the private sector, academia, open-source, and government.
Bhanu pratap singh (3 years ago)
I congratulate Dr.D.J. Patil,  It would be a good step for U.S. Government  to make Dr.Patil as a Chief Data Scientist with his knowledge and experience there will be new skies.  
Stephen Borte (3 years ago)
This is a very important undertaking for the U.S. Government.  Congratulations to Dr. Patil for being the first Chief Data Scientist for the U.S.
Glenn Matlin (3 years ago)
+Stephen Borte Agreed. I'm really happy to have someone like Patil helping push the field forward at the national policy level.
Tanju Bayramoglu (3 years ago)
http://www.whitehouse.gov/digital/united-states-digital-service   and www.data.gov
Karunesh Arora (3 years ago)
President pronounced last name of DJ as "PATEL" but he is "PATIL". 
Eric Aldinger (2 years ago)
I thought the same thing
Peter Corless (3 years ago)
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