Barcelona - What do we know about our digital footprint?
Tuesday 21 November 2023, 6.00pm to 7.30pm CET
Big Data, a term that refers to the production of enormous amounts of data, has become popular in recent years. Human activity is captured through multiple networks of sensors and devices, therefore leaving a digital footprint. The analysis of this footprint has great value not only for companies, but also for human behavior research. In this debate we will talk about the importance and use of big data for the study of human activity.
Ridhi Kashyap, Professor of Demography and Computational Social Sciences at the University of Oxford.
José Javier Ramasco Sukia, Research Professor at IFISC-CSIC.
Javier Gutiérrez Puebla, professor of Geography at the Complutense University of Madrid (UCM).
Teresa Moreno Pérez, Research Professor at IDAEA-CSIC.
Co-organised with El Observatorio Social
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