Gregory F. Treverton & Pari Esfandiari, Center for Strategic and International Studies|
Big data is often perceived as the black gold of the twenty-first century. Despite its fundamental differences with oil, it is indeed as critical, a fact tragically underscored by the lack of data on testing and tracking during the pandemic, especially in the United States. Yet the ways in which data is governed—or not—still are not well understood.
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