February 9, 2016
Along with SAP, CuriosityStream, The Tech Museum, Computer History Museum, and KQED, Churchill Club invites you to join filmmaker Sandy Smolan and executive producers Rick Smolan and Jerry Solomon at the Silicon Valley premiere screening of The Human Face of Big Data.
The Human Face of Big Data captures the birth of a planetary nervous system as the massive real time gathering and analyzing of data enables us to address some of humanity’s biggest challenges, including pollution, world hunger and illness. Focusing on both the promises and perils in the growing big data revolution, this captivating 55-minute film, premiering nationally on PBS on February 24, 2016 at 10 pm ET, illustrates a revolution which many experts believe will have a thousand times greater impact on our lives than the Internet. The film features conversations with more than thirty leading voices in the fields of data science, artificial intelligence, technology and digital medicine and has been scheduled for broadcast in over 25 countries later this year.