2019 2nd International Conference on Big Data and Machine Learning

November 8-10, 2019 | China

On behalf of the IACT, we would like to welcome you to the 2019 2nd International Conference on Big Data and Machine Learning in Chengdu, China during November 8-10, 2019. It is mainly organised by International Academy of Computing Technology (IACT) and technically supported by some universities and associations. This unique international conference provides a forum for academics, researchers and practitioners from many industries to exchange ideas and share recent developments in the field of Big Data and Machine Learning. Here we have an opportunity to collaborate and advance the theory and practice of major trends in related fields. We will also have an excellent opportunity to network with the leading scholars and practitioners.

Spotlight

For those interested in how the UN is using Big Data, here’s a passage from their page: “the impetus for establishing Global Pulse [a UN initiative] was the realization that the same data, tools and analytics that power business can help speed up the public sector’s ability to understand where people are losing the fight against hunger, poverty and disease, and to plan or evaluate a response. Global Pulse is working to design an approach for harnessing big data and real-time analytics for monitoring development progress, emerging vulnerabilities and overall population well being of the populations the United Nations serves.” Read more on the UN’s Global Pulse here.


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For those interested in how the UN is using Big Data, here’s a passage from their page: “the impetus for establishing Global Pulse [a UN initiative] was the realization that the same data, tools and analytics that power business can help speed up the public sector’s ability to understand where people are losing the fight against hunger, poverty and disease, and to plan or evaluate a response. Global Pulse is working to design an approach for harnessing big data and real-time analytics for monitoring development progress, emerging vulnerabilities and overall population well being of the populations the United Nations serves.” Read more on the UN’s Global Pulse here.

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