The second annual Data Innovation Day will be held on Thursday, January 23, 2014. More details coming soon.
The first annual Data Innovation Day was held on Thursday, January 24, 2013.
The theme for 2013 was “Big Data. Bigger Opportunities.”
The purpose of Data Innovation Day is to raise awareness about the benefits and opportunities that come from increased use of information by individuals and the public and private sector.
Today we live in an era in which massive amounts of information are collected, analyzed, integrated, and disseminated in novel ways to make the world a better place. The unprecedented volume of data being generated today is transforming virtually every industry, including, health care, transportation, energy and manufacturing. In every sector data analytics are allowing organizations to extract more value from increasingly larger data sets. And every day new advances in computing technology, including faster processors, cheaper storage, lower-cost sensors, better displays, and ubiquitous wireless networks, are unlocking additional opportunities to harness data and create a world that is alive with information. Data Innovation Day is a celebration of the benefits generated by the current revolution in data, and it will give participants around the world the opportunity to showcase the latest innovations in the use of data and the economic value of the information economy.
Join the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation (ITIF) in celebrating Data Innovation Day in 2014. There is no cost to become a partner in Data Innovation Day. Partners will be highlighted on our website and featured in our promotional material. Partners can also host their own activities in celebration of Data Innovation Day and be included in the schedule of events.
To participate in Data Innovation Day, submit a logo, brief description (120 characters max), and URL to email@example.com. Please indicate if you are a government/non-profit/educational institution or a for-profit company.