'Big data, big questions' 'Big data, big questions'

What is 'big data'? Who collects it and what is it used for? Does 'big data' make life better? How should it inform policy at national and local level? Can it improve health, social care and public services? What are the costs and what are the benefits of using 'big data'? How should its collection and use be regulated? In this series of public talks, speakers draw on their experience to address these questions.

Full details on the upcoming 2015-16 lecture series