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The book “The Human Face of Big Data” that I helped write a few years back is now a documentary film. It airs in the US on February 24, 2016, at 10 p.m. Eastern time. Congratulations to everyone involved.
Do you allow yourself to be vulnerable–to explore your deepest truths in your work? It strikes me that what makes any work of art, performance, or story great is that it is fundamentally true. Even if the work takes us … Continue reading