Proficient in Information System Design used to the development of Business Intelligence Platforms and Semantic Web Ontologies. With experience in the benefits of the knowledge extraction by integrating LinkedData Technologies and OpenData Sources.
"La norma UNE 178301 Ciudades Inteligentes. Datos Abiertos (OPEN DATA), es la primera norma que establece un conjunto de requisitos, para la reutilización de Datos Abiertos u Open Data elaborados o custodiados por el sector público, en el ámbito de las Ciudades Inteligentes.
La UNE 178301 facilita la reutilización de los datos elaborados o custodiados por el sector público (open data) a los beneficiarios de esa información, como son las empresas proveedoras de servicios públicos o los ciudadanos, teniendo en consideración la aplicación de la ley de protección de datos de carácter personal. "
"Ellen Broad, policy lead at the Open Data Institute (ODI), said in a submission to the UK consultation earlier this month the new rules were a "backwards step" for the government because they went contrary to its open data policy."
"The goal of these surveys was to gather first cut information about whether the private sector in emerging countries has begun to produce open data-driven companies, and if yes, whether these companies face financing-related challenges. "
"It’s not all ‘Moneyball’ and to hope that data scientists alone will help solve talent challenges is naïve. Data-based insights can only act as indicators by themselves. Domain experts like hiring managers, HR professionals, and recruiters involved must be able to identify the problem and ask the right questions before applying analytics."
By W. Brian Arthur; External Professor, Santa Fe Institute; Visiting Researcher, Palo Alto Research Center.
Economics is a stately subject, one that has altered little since its modern foundations were laid in Victorian times. Now it is changing radically. Standard economics is suddenly being challenged by a number of new approaches: behavioral economics, neuroeconomics, new institutional economics. One of the new approaches came to life at the Santa Fe Institute: complexity economics.
Complexity economics got its start in 1987 when a now-famous conference of scientists and economists convened by physicist Philip Anderson and economist Kenneth Arrow met to discuss the economy as an evolving complex system. That conference gave birth a year later to the Institute’s first research program – the Economy as an Evolving Complex System – and I was asked to lead this. That program in turn has gone on to lay down a new and different way to look at the economy.
"Where does complexity economics find itself now? Certainly, many commentators see it as steadily moving toward the center of economics. And there’s a recognition that it is more than a new set of methods or theories: it is a different way to see the economy. It views the economy not as machine-like, perfectly rational, and essentially static, but as organic, always exploring, and always evolving – always constructing itself."
The BBC Things website is designed to be used by anyone who works with our data at a technical or editorial level. From an editorial perspective, the website makes it easy for content editors, producers and creators to discover concepts that exist in our platform.
Fàtima Galan's insight:
"The new website provides public access to data stored in our platform and, importantly, provides a public reference for all of the things that the BBC creates content about. "
"The CERN Open Data portal is the access point to a growing range of data produced through the research performed at CERN. It disseminates the preserved output from various research activities, including accompanying software and documentation which is needed to understand and analyze the data being shared."
"If we see descriptive analytics as the foundation of Business Intelligence and we see predictive analytics as the basis of Big Data, than we can state that prescriptive analytics will be the future of Big Data."
BabelNet is both a multilingual encyclopedic dictionary, with lexicographic and encyclopedic coverage of terms in 50 languages, and a semantic network which connects concepts and named entities in a very large network of semantic relations, made up of more than 9 million entries.
El corazón es el órgano muscular principal del aparato circulatorio en todos los animales que poseen un sistema circulatorio.
ID: 00043383n | Concept
afección, afectividad, afecto, corazón
Philia, Phil-, es un antiguo término griego para referirse al amor fraterno, incluyendo amistad y afecto.
ID: 00001744n | Concept
centro, corazón, enjundia
Lo que realmente le sobra a Antonio y a Laura, vecinos TOP La palabra esencia proviene del latín essentia que a su vez proviene del infinitivo del verbo latino esse, ser = existir, cuyo participio ens es el ente como ser que existe.
ID: 00017124n | Concept
amado, amor, cariño, corazón
A beloved person; used as terms of endearment
ID: 00009819n | Concept
Corazón: Diario de un niño, Corazón (novela)
Corazón: Diario de un niño es una obra literaria escrita por el autor italiano Edmundo de Amicis en 1886.
ID: 03176635n | Named Entity
Corazón (programa de televisión)
Corazón es un programa de televisión emitido por la cadena española La 1 de Televisión Española.
Below is a glossary of words, concepts and tools that have been important to the R&D Fund projects so far. 10 Basic Terms Software is the general name for the programs and other operating information that run on a computer or device. Hardware is the general name for any of the physical components of a...
Big data and the “internet of things”—in which everyday objects can send and receive data—promise revolutionary change to management and society. But their success rests on an assumption: that all the data being generated by internet companies and devices scattered across the planet belongs to the organizations collecting it. What if it doesn’t?
Alex “Sandy” Pentland, the Toshiba Professor of Media Arts and Sciences at MIT, suggests that companies don’t own the data, and that without rules defining who does, consumers will revolt, regulators will swoop down, and the internet of things will fail to reach its potential. To avoid this, Pentland has proposed a set of principles and practices to define the ownership of data and control its flow. He calls it the New Deal on Data. ...
"We’ve set up some safe-harbor areas in Europe—cities that run by different rules than the rest of Europe. In Trento, Italy, hundreds of families are living with the New Deal on Data. They get notification and control of data generated about them. It’s securely shared in an auditable way. And guess what? These people share a lot more than people who don’t live under New Deal rules, because they trust the system and recognize the value in sharing. Being confident about your personal data makes for a better economy, not a worse one."
It’s been said that we’re living in the golden age of data visualization. And why shouldn’t we be? Every move we make is potential fodder for a bar chart or line graph. Regardless of how you feel about our constant quantification, its been a boon for designers who have made some exceptional infographics—and some not…
"What are the differences between data science, data mining, machine learning, statistics, operations research, and so on?
Here I compare several analytic disciplines that overlap, to explain the differences and common denominators. Sometimes differences exist for nothing else other than historical reasons. Sometimes the differences are real and subtle. I also provide typical job titles, types of analyses, and industries traditionally attached to each discipline. Underlined domains are main sub-domains. It would be great if someone can add an historical perspective to my article."