Big Data: curse or cure?

Timandra Harkness, Simon Lovestone, Nina Hallowell, Miranda Mourby, Daniel Kaute
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19:00 - 20:30
Sheldonian Theatre
Broad Street
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Lectures and seminars
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Big data has the potential to save the world. Scientists can use it to develop targeted treatments for devastating medical conditions. But can we trust that our precious information is being safeguarded?

Broadcaster and writer, Timandra Harkness, chairs this discussion featuring neuroscientist, Simon Lovestone, from Oxford University's Department of Psychiatry, Nina Hallowell from the Wellcome Centre for Ethics and Humanities, Miranda Mourby, Researcher in Law at the Nuffield Department of Population Health and Daniel Kaute, member of the NIHR Oxford Health BRC Patients and Research and healthcare entrepreneur.

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