EU Panel Outlines Practical Way Forward With Big Data
10 Priority Actions Possible Within Current Framework
An ambitious action plan drawn by an EU task force, if implemented on a priority basis by the European Commission, could increase the EU’s capacity to advise on, assess and analyze big data.
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