Workshop: Intelligent Decision Making in Big Data Systems

When: Back to Calendar January 7, 2014 @ 6:30 pm - 8:30 pm
Where: hack/reduce
275 Third Street
Cambridge,MA 02142
USA
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Business is decision-making in complex situations. Big Data systems present complex decision making in many different domains from financial, security, medical as well as many others.

In any complex system decisions shouldn’t be made just by one dimensional views of data. This is especially true for big data systems that have end user interactions.

This workshop is a hands-on tutorial using Justify, a sophisticated intelligent on-line deliberation tool, created at MIT, that helps organize arguments and provides automatic summarization at all levels. You’ll learn new skills for making better decisions, and how to use online tools to improve decision-making.

Please bring your laptop. Please also bring an example of a financial / decision problem that we can discuss in the group.

Hosted by:
Elizabeth Rosenzweig, Bentley University, User Experience Center
Chrisopher Fry, Henry Lieberman, MIT Media Lab

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