Ruben Verborgh

Connecting People, Data, and Apps Without Centralization

A Talk by Ruben Verborgh (Professor, Research affiliate, , Technology Advocate, Inrupt / Ghent University / MIT)

About this Talk

Big Data has transformed the world big time. It led many companies to strongly focus on data analytics, trying to collect and control gigantic amounts of data. After years in the rat race, several of them are slowly realizing that the continuous striving for having more data than others is maybe not the most meaningful business objective for everyone.

In fact, the data collection craze is steadily killing innovation. In this talk, I will discuss post-Big Data thinking in which data is controlled again by people, outlining the goals and ambitions of the Solid project.

Check Ruben’s presentation here:

https://rubenverborgh.github.io/Connected-Data-London-2019/

04 October 2019, 12:00 AM

12:00 AM - 01:00 AM

About The Speakers

Ruben Verborgh

Ruben Verborgh

Professor, Research affiliate, , Technology Advocate, Inrupt / Ghent University / MIT

What is Solid, the technology Sir Tim Berners-Lee is pioneering to re-orient the web to its original vision? How do Javascript and distributed querying make linked data usable? Ruben Verborgh has answers.