How Poor Data Costs the U.S. Economy $3.1 Trillion A Year

How Poor Data Costs the U.S. Economy $3.1 Trillion A Year
How Poor Data Costs the U.S. Economy $3.1 Trillion A Year

Dr. David Hand, chief scientific advisor at data technology and investment company Winton Capital Management, speaks with Newsweek senior writer and finance editor Leah McGrath Goodman about how poor data costs the U.S. economy an estimated $3.1 trillion a year.

Hand was speaking at Newsweek's Artificial Intelligence and Data Science in Capital Markets conference, in London, March 1.

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