Divided Among Departments, Big Data Eludes Government
China cannot yet take advantage of the big data revolution because the information it has collected is divvied up among different government departments, according to the head of a think tank.
The country doesn’t have big data so much as a “large sample data,” said Li Yang, chairman of National Institution for Finance & Development, a think tank under the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences.
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