Last week, it was my privilege to be part of the Data Innovation Summit 2020 and have a unique online event experience that lasted four days. During these previous days, I’ve been sorting out my impressions from all the fantastic presentations, immersive discussions and all the great contacts I’ve made during the event.
We just wrapped up Conference Day 2 and the last day of the Data Innovation Summit 2020 – the biggest online Data & AI spectacle of the year. We’ve had an incomparable experience together with all the delegates, speakers and partners taking part in a fantastic collection of keynote presentations, deep-dive analysis, interactive discussion groups, panel debates, case studies and success stories of the most innovative companies in the world.
It has been an awesome day for everyone that attended the first presentation day of the Online Data Innovation Summit would agree. We had a super immersive and one-of-a-kind experience listening to some of the biggest names in the industry share their data and analytics stories.
The previous The Data Innovation Summit: 5 years of data and analytics journey series was dedicated to practical case studies on “how” and real examples of putting data innovation into practice of the Data Innovation Summit 2017. Now we’ll see how pioneering companies utilised analytics and data science to innovate through their data and their best analytics practices.
The first 2016 edition laid out the foundation for data-driven innovation and brought light to the macro drivers, the challenges, the implications and the solutions. Whereas, the 2017 edition showcased more practical case studies on “how” and real examples of putting data innovation into practice.
Eager to learn more about the developments in data management that we can expect in the new year and beyond, we’ve invited some of the Data 2030 Summit speakers to share how they see specific data management components developing in the near future. Here is a roundup of experts’ data management predictions for 2021 and beyond.
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