Counting What Counts: What Big Data Can Do for the Cultural Sector

Nesta, an organisation that promotes innovation in the United Kingdom, has recently published on its website a report prepared by Anthony Lilley and Professor Paul Moore on the use of data in the cultural sector. The work highlights the great potential of the huge volume of data generated today, especially through the use of the new technologies. The report proposes to arts and cultural bodies a radical change in the approach to these "big data" and seeks to help decision-makers of these institutions to make the change.
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