USING DATA TO SOLVE REAL-WORLD PROBLEMS
Experimenting with data and technology to understand and solve complex business, economic and social problems
Center for Large-Scale Data Systems Research (CLDS)
San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC), UC San Diego
THE DATA ECONOMY WILL NOT BE BUILT ON DATA SYSTEMS ALONE
Data is changing our social and economic landscape, concentrating market power in a few industry sectors, and dimishing the relative value in others. For individuals, data is raising concerns about trust, privacy and security, as well as the equitable distribution of gains from data. A market economy cannot function without trust. Trust deficits can unravel data markets and undermine civic and social cohesion. All of these factors must be taken into account in our understanding and contributions to the evolving data economy.
CLDS is organized into research program areas, connected laboratories, a unique industry-driven business exchange (BX) program, educational workshops and workforce education and training.
CLDS partners with industry to provide state of the art workforce education and training modules. Pilot programs have been conducted in data science and blockchain fundamentals.
The goal of the Business Exchange (BX) program is to work directly with industry to conduct Proof of Concept (POC) studies, demonstrating that a design concept, system under test (SUT), or business concept is feasible.
"Connected LABS" is CLDS's program to connect with affiliate data and technology laboratories at UCSD, and with research laboratories at other universities, industry and government.
CLDS research topic areas include studies in the data economy, business dynamism, public sector and civic technology modernization, and platform and ecosystem development. A specialized program area looks at global health policy and data analytics. CLDS also hosts the long-running "How Much Information" report series, tracking the rate of data, information and media growth.
June 15-16, 2021
SDSC's Annual Summer Forum on Data. “Challenges in Building the Data-Intelligent Public Sector” will address key technology, governance policy and business model challenges in modernizing and innovating mission-focused public sector organizations. Forum speakers will address these challenges, best practices, and successful transformation strategies in government's role to deliver trusted services and to prepare for the future.
July 20-22, 2021
MIT CDOIQ SYMPOSIUM
The International MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality Symposium (MIT CDOIQ), now in its 15th year, is one of the key events for sharing and exchanging of cutting edge ideas, content and discussions. Our purpose is to advance the knowledge and accelerate the adoption of the role of Chief Data Officer (CDO) in all industries and geographical countries. CLDS researchers and industry liaisons speak and help organize the annual MIT event, held each summer in July.
September 23, 2021
TECH FORUM: SDSC VOYAGER – A NEW PLATFORM FOR AI & MACHINE LEARNING
Join us to learn about SDSC’s most recent supercomputer award, the Voyager system. With an innovative system architecture uniquely optimized for deep learning (DL) operations and AI workloads, Voyager will provide an opportunity for researchers to explore and implement new deep learning techniques.
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San Diego Supercomputer Center
UC San Diego, 9500 Gilman Drive #0505
La Jolla, CA 92093-0505