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The Big Data & AI Conference (2019) is an inaugural event intended to draw all players big and small in the Big Data and AI communities to a 3-day event in Dallas, Texas. Broadly, the goal is to provide a forum where a company and institutional representatives share the current state of Big Data and AI technologies usage in their organization and what their future trajectories are. These are two technologies that are already having an impact and will continue to do so on every living thing on the planet. We naturally want to know what those impacts are and what, if anything, can be done about them.

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