Big Data, Data Science/Analytics, Internet of Things (IoT), Industrial Internet, Smart Cities … are general terms that have found deep and a wide-range of interests, with several applications (particularly when combined with AI and ML) in business and government.
How to leverage and exploit “Big Data” are increasingly transformative in the context of gaining proactive/actionable intelligence for opportunities, markets, and much more. All of these skills are on the critical path for developing insight and foresight that influence directions and decisions.
The disruptive influence of Big Data, IoT and Advanced Analytics on our society, business or technology sector are nearly limitless; they include a wide range of opportunities and challenges ranging from new product/business development, to tactical-to-strategic local-to-global planning and execution for a wide range of enterprises … to policy-change impact analyses, and much more. All that also comes with a cautionary note.
This presentation will focus on some of the key areas, including “the why, the what and the how,” security, privacy, application domains, challenges, and opportunities, along with several in-depth case studies.
Dr. Massoud Amin, IEEE and ASME Fellow, is a professor of electrical & computer engineering (ECE) at the University of Minnesota. Known as Father of Smart Grid (https://tli.umn.edu/tli-blog/inspiration-behind-smart-grid-series-defining-moments), and a cyber-physical security leader, who directed all security-related R&D post 9/11 tragedies for all North American utilities. In summary, Dr. Amin has made transformative contributions in the areas of defense, critical infrastructures, technology, policy, and business. His passion is developing leaders and powering progress. For more information, please see https://massoud-amin.com/
8:30 Registration & Networking
9:00 Opening Remarks
9:15 - 11:30 Presentation
11:30 - 11:45 Open Q&A
Just east of the Mall of America and just off of American Blvd.
Officenters - Bloomington
From 494 and 24th Ave, go south on 24th Ave, then east on American Blvd to International Drive