Intelligence, Intuition and Information; The Promise and Peril of Big Data

We all love information, and research tells us we want more of it-all the time. But Google doesn't know us. Is too much of a good thing manageable? How do we trust the information we receive? How do we intelligently connect the dots? David Craig, John Hagel, James Fallows and Patricia Sellers discuss these questions.

Festival: 2010

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