Sackler Lecture: The Fourth Paradigm – How Big Data is Changing Science

Video Cosmology & Gravity 09.11.2015

CIFAR Associate Fellow Alexander Szalay (Johns Hopkins University) presents a lecture on how science is changing as a result of the vast amounts of data we are collecting from gene sequencers to telescopes and supercomputers.

This talk was presented by the Canadian Institute for Theoretical Astrophysics Nov. 4, 2015.

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