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    Collections of data – both structured and unstructured – once deemed impractical due to their volume, velocity, and variety, and could not be processed by traditional processing applications. Big Data can now be processed and analyzed to generate insights from the data and make better decisions.

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    Justin Chan
    Dr Justin Chan founded datadriveninvestor.com, a media and tech application platform designed to help fund managers, individual investors and data scientists uncover outstanding sources of alpha from data. Previously, he specialized in strategy development in a number of hedge funds and served as a senior quantitative strategist at GMO. An expert in microstructure, market liquidity, and behavioral finance, Dr. Chan holds a doctoral degree from UCLA and served as a finance professor at Singapore Management University. He can be reached at [email protected]