The second interview of the Data Curation Insights-series is now available on our website.
Edward Curry, BIG-member and member of the Digital Enterprise Research Institute at the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUIG), arranged an interview with James Cheney, a Royal Society University Research Fellow at the laboratory for foundation of Computer Science at the University of Edinburgh.
After a few words about James career and his background at the University of Edinburgh, the interview gives some insights into James work and the role of big data (curation) for his institution.
James specifically talks about curation projects he and his colleagues interacted with, mainly in biomedical data and elborates on the uses and value of the curated data in those projects.
Edward Curry wanted to know about the processes and technologies which were involved in James' data curation projects. The design of those processes and the performance of the technologies were of special interest to him.
During the Interview, James not only talks about the influence big data has on data curation but also explains the technical demand of curation and curation technologies in the big data context..
The last part of the interview is dedicated to James’ view on the influence of big data in future data curation and which data curation technologies will actually be able to cope with big data in the future.
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