A sea of data

James Nolan discusses the need for new machine learning techniques to address the problems associated with living in a data-rich, information-poor world. 11:38 a.m., April 8, 2016–On April 3, 2016, news media outlets across the globe published articles about 11.5 million leaked documents from a Panama law firm involved in money laundering. Although 11.5 million is a large number, most readers probably had no idea what went into drawing meaningful conclusions from that huge cache of documents. A sea of data In a lecture hosted by the University of Delaware Cybersecurity Initiative, computer scientist James Nolan discussed the need for new machine learning techniques to address the problems associated with living in a data-rich, information-poor world. For the Record, April 8, 2016 For the Record provides information about recent professional‚Ķ


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