VINT Symposium talks by Harrie Vollaard (Rabobank) on a Big Data roadmap & Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm (SOLV) on privacy

The talks by Harrie Vollaard and Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm are in Dutch. Fortunately there is plenty of content in English for our non-Dutch readers to enjoy as well. You might want to check out talks by David Weinberger or Andrew Keen.

Vollaard, Innovation Manager at Rabobank, explored the role of Big Data in being the New Gold Rush. As for relevance: Big Data is supposed to be the new virtual wave. And for insight: Big Data might well be the new decisive decision tool we all are waiting for. Finally efficiency: Big data simply shouts for a new IT infrastructure consolidation phase. But how will this all play out in future? Perhaps not that previously ‘Recorded’ at all?

VINT Symposium 2012: Recorded Future | Harrie Vollaard (Rabobank) from Sogeti VINT on Vimeo.

Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm (SOLV) on the future of privacy

 

Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm is one of the founders of SOLV advocaten, a dutch law firm specialized in technology, media and communication. He is known for defending KaZaA, a peer-to-peer service, against the Dutch music copyright organisation Buma/Stemra. In this presentation Thijm talks about social data and the future of privacy.

VINT Symposium 2012: Recorded Future | Christiaan Alberdingk Thijm from Sogeti VINT on Vimeo.

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About Thomas van Manen

Thomas van Manen is a researcher with a focus on the impact of new technologies and is part of the VINT research program on Big Data, Internet of Things, Gamification, Wearables and Disruptive Technologies. As a innovator Thomas helps organizations translate new technologies and digital trends into ideas and ideas into concepts using research, workshops and pilot programs. Thomas is also Chief Editor of the VINT research blog, part of Sogeti Labs community of technology experts and was voted to be part of the HOT100 in 2012, a yearly selection of the most promising alumni in Media & Arts studies.

 

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