Category Archives: Philosophy

Ethics in Big Data Analytics

Here are the slides from my session yesterday on Ethics in Big Data Analytics for DAMA Philadelphia.

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E = mc2 and The Cosmic Dance

The first law of thermodynamics or the law of conservation of energy states that “energy can neither be created nor be destroyed but can change from one form to another”. Energy can take different forms – heat, electrical, chemical, gravitational, … Continue reading

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Arrow of Time in Big Data – Understanding the Interconnectedness

Arrow of Time is a term coined by British astronomer Arthur Eddington to describe time flows inexorably in one direction or the “asymmetry” of time. We can experience this time’s arrow in our everyday lives. Certain conditions, developments, or processes … Continue reading

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