This talk points out that in the last decades there has been an massive access to data and indeed the cost of constructing a specific knowledge has been reduced, but at the same time, there is such overflowing of information that both good and distorted data are mixed… at the end, people will spend more time in selecting the good quality data or recycling what where already created in the past than finding patterns.

This talk points out that in the last decades there has been an massive access to data and indeed the cost of constructing a specific knowledge has been reduced, but at the same time, there is such overflowing of information that both good and distorted data are mixed… at the end, people will spend more time in selecting the good quality data or recycling what where already created in the past than finding patterns.