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Big data: moneymaker and force for social good?

Revenues from big data projects are forecast to reach $187 billion in 2019 Image: REUTERS/Paul Carsten

José María Álvarez-Pallete

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A nurse holds up a bottle of the vaccine against H1N1 influenza at a hospital in Guanajuato November 25, 2009. Guanajuato has received 23,400 doses and will start with the vaccination programme for patients and workers most at risk on November 26. REUTERS/Mario Armas (MEXICO POLITICS HEALTH) - RTXR522
A nurse holds up a bottle of the vaccine against H1N1 influenza at a hospital in Guanajuato, Mexico Image: REUTERS/Mario Armas

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