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Keynote: Joint Research Conference, American Statistical Association (up to IBM Research Computer Science Blog)
Dr. Bonnie Ray, IBM Thomas J. Watson Research Center, presented the plenary talk at the 2014 Joint Research Conference of the ASA, Seattle (24-26 June 2014). The tile of her talk was "Quality and Reliability Analysis in the Era of Big Data".