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Harnessing the data revolution: A perspective from the national science foundation

Chaitanya Baru
2016 2016 IEEE International Conference on Big Data (Big Data)  
new techniques and technologies to derive knowledge from data Policy Computing Initiative NSCI: National Strategic Data Science open, science-driven, CI ecosystem: accelerating a broad spectrum  ...  , human-data interface  engagement of the research domains supported across NSF: use advances in data science and CI to further research  embodiment of these innovations in a robust, comprehensive, HPC  ... 
doi:10.1109/bigdata.2016.7840580 dblp:conf/bigdataconf/Baru16 fatcat:oioqb765ujeyvk7zsdod7c3baq

Catching the Wave: Harnessing Data Science to Support Evaluation's Capacity for Making a Transformational Contribution to Sustainable Development

Adam Hejnowicz, Scott Chaplowe
2022 Canadian Journal of Program Evaluation  
In this article we set ourselves three challenges: first, to examine the potential of the data revolution to aid the transformational change required to achieve sustainable development goals second, and  ...  the ability of evaluation to contribute to greater engagement with data science technologies; and third, the capacity of data science to further evaluation as an innovative and progressive field of inquiry  ...  FRONTIERS AND ADVANCES: DATA SCIENCE, SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT, AND DEVELOPMENT EVALUATION We are living through a data revolution, "the Fourth Industrial Revolution," spearheaded by technologies that are  ... 
doi:10.3138/cjpe.71527 fatcat:qceyekgb2bak5leab2dzlx5zg4

Harnessing the Data Revolution

Chaitan Baru
2017 unpublished
Foundations Cyber infrastructure Education, Workforce 12 • Envisioning the Data Science Discipline: The Undergraduate Perspective, National Academy of Sciences, study/workshops • https:/  ...   Integrity and accessibility  Privacy and protection  Human-data interface Harnessing the Data Revolution: Foundations Science domains Systems, algorithms Foundations Theoretical foundations  ... 
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Harnessing social media data for pharmacovigilance: a review of current state of the art, challenges and future directions

Dimitra Pappa, Lampros K. Stergioulas
2019 International Journal of Data Science and Analytics  
In this context, health information posted online by patients represents a potentially valuable, yet currently left largely unexploited source of post-market safety data that could supplement data from  ...  Following a literature review methodology, a critical appraisal was conducted of carefully selected work on the use of social data in post-market surveillance, as presented in the recent scientific literature  ...  [135] call for an all data revolution, i.e. methods that employ data from all traditional and new sources.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41060-019-00175-3 fatcat:pbxbpcdihjfhrgm2nv3tomp3hm

Narratives of Technological Revolution [chapter]

Adam Lucas, Albrecht Classen
2010 Handbook of Medieval Studies  
a social and economic perspective.  ...  Conclusion From a historiographical perspective, it now seems clear that both the agricultural revolution and the industrial revolution of the Middle Ages narratives were squarely aimed at recuperating  ...  In the modern period, the first major precursor of narratology was Russian Formalism, emerging from the Moscow Linguistic Circle of the 1910s.  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110215588.967 fatcat:7ypemqxwundazfucrllna44phq

The knowledge revolution

Graciela Chichilnisky
1998 Journal of International Trade and Economic Development  
We are on the threshold of a truly revolutionary era of discovery-ranging from the origins of the universe to new states of matter and microscopic machines, from a new understanding of the oceans and of  ...  We are undergoing a social and economic revolution which matches the impact of the agricultural and industrial revolutions.  ...  As a consequence the knowledge revolution introduces a fundamental change in social and economic organization.  ... 
doi:10.1080/09638199800000003 fatcat:khvlh2x4oret5eyomj7i7tff24

Opportunities From the Digital Revolution

Louise Corti, Nigel Fielding
2016 SAGE Open  
In the 1990s, the term "online" research emerged as a new and vibrant suite of methods, focused on exploitation of sources not collected by traditional social science methods.  ...  Today, at least one part of the research life cycle is likely to be carried out "online," from data collection through to publishing.  ...  This well-established data sharing culture is not yet reflected in the United States and, despite National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Science Foundation (NSF) data sharing policies dating  ... 
doi:10.1177/2158244016678912 fatcat:yiyhzue5jvf5bmrb6qsalg7ytm

The environmental eScience revolution

R.J Gurney, N.S Badcock, E.A Garnett, H.C.J Godfray
2009 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
We would like to thank all the participants at the Discussion Meeting, the speakers, the authors of the papers in this issue and the other contributors, especially Microsoft Research for sponsoring the  ...  evening demonstration session at the Discussion Meeting, many Royal Society staff for administrative help, and Michelle Truman for her editorial support.  ...  A particularly similar initiative was launched in the USA by the National Science Foundation, called the Cyberinfrastructure Program.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2008.0253 pmid:19087927 fatcat:5u4despnp5dkzpjfuiomezxwhu

Transforming Health Care through Digital Revolutions

Ram D. Sriram, Eswaran Subrahmanian
2020 Journal of the Indian Institute of Science  
Then, we present a case study and research directions, followed by examples of ongoing work at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST).  ...  The IoT revolution, combined with the Omics revolution (genomics and socio-omics or social networks) and artificial intelligence resurgence, will have significant implications for the way health care is  ...  Such identification does not imply recommendation or endorsement by NIST, nor does it imply that the products identified are necessarily the best available for the purpose.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s41745-020-00195-0 pmid:33132546 pmcid:PMC7590249 fatcat:m3vkhroq6befrfptaanklxiiwy

Identification for Development: The Biometrics Revolution

Alan Gelb, Julia Clark
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Recognizing the need for more rigorous assessments and more open data on performance, the paper draws some conclusions about identification and development and the use of biometric technology.  ...  In contrast, people in rich countries are almost all well identified from birth.  ...  When applied smartly, the biometric revolution can indeed be harnessed for development.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2226594 fatcat:tbcm7dn6hfgx3f47owsbz3vria

The Fourth Industrial Revolution and Higher Education [chapter]

Bryan Edward Penprase
2018 Higher Education in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution  
This expansion of research followed the publication of the report commissioned by President Truman entitled "Science: The Endless Frontier," 18 and the creation of the National Science Foundation in 1950  ...  roots in early analysis of the evolution of technology where the First Industrial Revolution arose from harnessing water and steam power toward more systematic and efficient forms of manufacturing.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-0194-0_9 fatcat:4rihjorw65gpln73u2kjv2zaci

The Mobile Health Revolution?

Nathan Cortez
2013 Social Science Research Network  
Given the significant hype surrounding mobile health, I try to provide a more sober review of the many claims here.  ...  The Article then considers the federal government's posture towards mobile health. To date, Congress and over half a dozen federal agencies have addressed these technologies.  ...  The National Institutes of Health ("NIH") and the National Science Foundation recently convened an mHealth Evidence Workshop to discuss how to gather scientific evidence to support mobile health technologies  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2284448 fatcat:4uvthvp6lfeerkbi45uxgshodm

Introduction [chapter]

Nancy W. Gleason
2018 Higher Education in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution  
We can learn from initial efforts, adapt them, improve them, and keep pushing the boundaries of learning.  ...  This book provides insights into how this is already being done in the context of 4IR around the world.  ...  The term cyber-physical systems was coined by the US National Science Foundation in 2006 with the hosting of several workshops on artificial intelligence and robotics and the declaration that CPS would  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-13-0194-0_1 fatcat:vjrdrjds7vhpjdiuy246n7enxq

Open Innovation and Value Creation in Crop Genetics [chapter]

Mathias L. Müller, Hugo Campos
2020 The Innovation Revolution in Agriculture  
This chapter provides an updated perspective on the most salient aspects of open innovation.  ...  to market novel technologies while building upon the increasing global community of innovators and harnessing the resources of venture capitalists.  ...  very grateful to the support of a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation investment (OPP1213329) awarded to the International Potato Center.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-50991-0_3 fatcat:nknewgohmrhdtkoyk3zs7kkgru

Data(fication) [chapter]

Erik Koenen, Christian Schwarzenegger, Juraj Kittler
2021 Digital Roots  
Finally, the shift of data from the numerical to the digital information age in the second half of the twentieth century and its consequences for a "datafication of everything" is discussed.  ...  Thirdly, data were also crucial in the service of oppression during the National Socialist era, in which cutting-edge data technologies contributed to the planning and implementation of the Holocaust.  ...  data as a foundation for the rationalization of state operations (Soll 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1515/9783110740202-008 fatcat:f5bhcijhljfj5d3d2djljhdgam
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