Big Data and Social Science
June 12, 2018
Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador
Dr. Robert Shapiro, Interim President of the Academy of Political Science, speaks at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito, Ecuador.
The Academy of Political Science’s Interim President Robert Shapiro traveled to Quito, Ecuador to give a talk at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito regarding the role of big data in the social sciences. In attendance were professors and students of the university as well as members of the public. Professor Shapiro gave a comprehensive overview of advances and opportunities in big data. He emphasized in particular the need for universities to engage with big data and provide their students with the skills to avail of developments in this field.
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