The Keizai Society will hold an exciting and thought-provoking panel discussion on big data covering four main areas of interest,
including big data analytics, mining big data, big data’s value to business, and personal privacy issues. With terabytes of data pouring in every day from smart phones to connected cars to social networks, the questions of how to manage big data, how to build a successful business model on big data, and how to maintain individual privacy are critical to life in this new era. Examples of how Japanese firms are working with US companies using big data to create new business opportunities will be a major draw to this engaging panel discussion.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
|REGISTRATION / NETWORKING:||5:30 P.M. – 6:00 P.M.|
|PROGRAM:||6:00 P.M. – 8:30 P.M.|
|NETWORKING:||8:30 P.M – 8:45 P.M.|
$15: Early Bird Discount for first 30 people by Sat, May 3 (11:00 pm) Non-Refundable
$20: Regular Registration by Saturday, May 17 (11:00 pm)
$35: Late Registration by Tuesday, May 20 (12:00 noon)
$50: Walk-ins (Subject to room capacity / cash or check only)
Food, including sushi and beverages, will be served.