Performance, Policy, and Profit - Reasonable Expectations from Linked Data
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  K. Krasnow Waterman   K. Krasnow Waterman
CEO / Visiting Fellow
LawTechIntersect, LLC / MIT
http://kkrasnowwaterman.com
 


 

Wednesday, October 2, 2013
09:00 AM - 10:00 AM
Level:  Business/Strategic

Location:  Grand Ballroom

The most famous industries of New York City – finance, media, and law – are data-driven. “Linked Data” promises to ramp up the horsepower of that data, by making it accessible in ways that are nearer to how we think than how we have been computing. When you no longer have to wrestle with where data is stored and in what format, developers can more quickly produce new information. When your data can network as you can, creating and following pointers to related data, you can fulfill risk, audit, and compliance requirements as the secondary activity they were meant to be. When the nuances of your data are apparent, you can enhance services and drive revenues. This talk will expand on the vision of Semantic Web as a must-have item in the business toolkit.


K. Krasnow Waterman is sought after for work and advice in big data environments, new tech start-ups, and all manner of issues relating to implementing law and policy through technology as well as establishing and interpreting law and policy for technology. Following successive careers managing technology and practicing law, she became a LegalTech Pioneer as inception CIO of the first post-9/11 data analytics facility established by the White House. More recently, she created MIT’s Linked Data Product Lab, teaching web technology and start-up skills to spark new ventures and served as Global Head of Anti-Money Laundering Infrastructure at Citigroup. She has served as a Chief Information Officer, Chief Operations executive, and Counsel in large scale organizations and founded, managed, and advised small and mid-sized businesses. Her experience spans budgets from $100,000 to $1Billion and teams of 2 to 1200.


   
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