TetraScience CEO, Spin Wang, spoke at the virtual Discovery IT event on May 1.
Thanks again to our friends at LabVoice for including us in their panel of Digital Lab thought leaders!
- Playlist of talks from Spin Wang (CEO and Co-Founder, TetraScience), John Conway (20/15 Visioneers), and Roger Shaw (Digital Lab Consultants)
- Spin's talk:
If you'd like a copy of Spin's presentation, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About the event:
Spin is speaking as part of the LabVoice agenda within the Discovery IT Digital 2020 event. LabVoice has assembled a trio of thought leaders to discuss their vision of the Lab of the Future. The other two speakers are Dr. Rebecca Green, Senior Research Investigator at Bristol-Myers Squibb, and John Conway, of 20/15 Visioneers.
Spin's talk will focus on data as “plumbing” of the Digital Lab, and how we need to evolve to a sophisticated system with data engineering to truly achieve the Digital Lab of the Future.
The Digital Lab is the embodiment of cutting edge technology and innovation. We aren’t 100% there yet, but rapidly moving forward. One of the critical missing pieces is the data “plumbing” to connect and direct all the Digital Lab components. Ironically, today, collecting and accessing experimental data is the opposite of cutting edge tech + innovation, it is more like manually drawing water from a community well to fill your bathtub. A true Digital Lab requires a data system that is more like the incredibly complex plumbing in a 100+ story office building in New York City. The solution is data engineering - the plumbing of the Digital Lab. Not glamorous, but essential.
In this talk, participants will learn:
- Challenges preventing data plumbing from evolving
- Impacts of not taking action to improve your data plumbing
- Recommendations for improving your Digital Lab data system
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