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Its crazy how big data is used to solve some kinds of problems and not others.
Prukalpa Sankar reimagines a world where we can catch criminals at the scene of the crime – not years later, reroute cars in real time to prevent traffic congestion that we all hate so much, predict if a child is going to drop out of school before they even knows it and eradicate a disease as it breaks, not 1000s of deaths later.
Prukalpa is the co-founder of SocialCops, a data intelligence company. Their platform brings the entire decision-making process to one place — from collecting primary data and accessing secondary data to merging internal data and visualizing data via easy-to-use dashboards. They work with over 150 organizations in 7+ countries, including the Gates Foundation, Tata Trusts, Government of India, Unilever, and Frost & Sullivan. SocialCops was on the 2016 Forbes Asia 30 Under 30 and Fortune India 40 Under 40 lists.This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
Yennefer is that you?
Hard to understand, voice trails off constantly, needs subtitles.
I once saw that even in NBA ppl are using alogs to predict the movement of camera so that it will follow the ball everywhere....it's at another level....btw this is predictive analytics not big data...involving data gathering...preparation...modeling and validation...then implementation...this is not big data.
Such a wonderful presentation. We definitely don't need people who can speak with complex words and fancy accents. 95 out of 100 people would have followed what she was trying to put across. KUDOS to this speaker :")
Beautiful lady with brain
Much Need Work SocialCops. Thank You !
Awesome work guys. This is called creating an impact. Way to go!
this is 100% indian accent,
Nice...real use of available data in public /govt sector.....great work
Even today on 13 march 2019, IOC (Indane gas) & Bharat petroleum LPG has each one distributor for a village of 1 lakh population. Ideally a distributor shouldn't have more than 5000 consumers so they can cater timely & efficiently. It will create more entrepreneur & employment as well as smooth & timely delivery to consumers.
Wonderful insight ... India is where big data can make the true impact , affecting the life of billions
This talk was simply awesome, worth listening.
Calling this big data is stretching it a bit too far, when all that social cops is doing is remodelling traditional data collection methods into it IT enabled data which is easily accessible and hence usable. Well there are already many softwares out there so I am really wondering what is the novelty in her idea
which algo you people use for this
This is an excellent presentation! Shows just how powerful data really is. I think nations need to encourage citizen data scientists and start democratizing data sets.
Such a remarkable difference a big data can make in our society to make our world a better place. Keep it up, dear Prukulpa! Wish you all the very best.