For the sake of innovation in the travel industry, it is time to unleash the (Big) data
Hack/Reduce provides the community of students, data scientists, industry professionals, and other enthusiasts the space and the resources that are critical for making new big data discoveries.
Big Data. I know, you’re totally sick of this topic. The chatter about Big Data is just numbing – even the Harvard Business Review joined the chorus a few months ago.
But is anyone actually working with Big Data? At least in Boston, US, talking has begun to give way to doing.
Hack/Reduce, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based not-for-profit organization, officially opened the doors of its funky workspace last week with a big launch party, attended by technologists, investors, entrepreneurs and other hangers-on, including Deval Patrick, governor of the state.