BIG DATA TRENDS 2020- The internet has evolved over the past few decades. Big data was a major concern for many organizations in 2019. An IDG survey found that each company manages 163,000 gigabytes of information. More than 5- percent of businesses use big data analytics. Its practitioners gain knowledge in conferences and different industry events. The following are four big data strands in 2020.
1. Data Mining 2020
Conference Series LTD will organize a Data Mining and Big Data Analysis conference on July 17 and July 18, 2020, in Austria. Its main theme will be “Exploring Future Technologies for Data Mining and Analysis.” Experts and data mining researchers will discuss different aspects of big data.
Data Mining is a new technology that enables organizations to focus on crucial information on data warehouses. Data Mining 2020 will comprise of 160 sub-sessions and 27 tracks about Data Mining and Big Data. Entrepreneurs can use data mining tools to make informed decisions. Besides, data mining provides automated data analyses. Investors who use the internet of the people will attend Data Mining 2020. Its target audience includes directors, data scientists, database engineers, delegates and professors.
2. The Data Science Conference 2020
The conference will be held at the Gleacher Center, the University of Chicago from May 14 to May 15, 2020. The organizers labeled it as a recruiter, sponsor, and vendor-free big data event. Only professionals will attend the conference. The first Data Science Conference was held in November 2015 and it had less than 300 attendees. Previous conferences included speakers from the U.S. Census Bureau, Deloitte, Google, Facebook, NASDAQ, and Microsoft.
3. Data & Analytics Summit 2020
The summit will take place at the Gaylord Texan Hotel & Convention Centre, Grapevine from March 23 to March 26, 2020. Gartner is a renowned IT firm.it organizes the Data & Analytics Summit each year to teach participants how to improve business value by building effective analytics and data strategies.
More than 4,000 people will attend the Data & Analytics Summit 2020. It will have several tracks like Emerging Technologies and Data Architecture. Moreover, Dr. Hannah Fry from the University College London and Safi Bahcall are some of the speakers who will grace the big data event. Team members and members of the public who will attend as a group will receive discounts.