What does data have to do with me?

Friday 5 June 2015,
BP Lecture Theatre
Free, booking essential

Phone +44 (0)20 7323 8181
Ticket Desk in Great Court

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This event for cultural and heritage professionals examines what data, big and small, has to do with you and your work.

The day brings together leading voices from the technology, media, arts and heritage sectors to showcase innovative uses of data. Featuring Charlotte Richards from News UK, Shyam Oberoi from the Dallas Museum of Art, Benedict Glynn from Google, Layla Barron from Watershed, Chris Austin from The Guardian, Jamie Brighton from Adobe, Richard Leeming from BBC, Cimeon Ellerton from The Audience Agency, Juan Mateos-Garcia from Nesta, Jon Pratty from Arts Council England, Joeli Brearley from Future Everything, John Knell, and Hannah Redler from the Open Data Institute.

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