On Big Bargain Eats, Chef Tino Feliciano travels to a different city each week on a mission to hunt down authentic eats for less. An expert in venturing off the beaten path, Tino knows that the ingredients to a great meal are food, value and experience. Tino shares his strategies for finding food that fills him up without emptying his wallet and explores how local chefs pile on the flavor without packing on the price.
Runtime: 30 minutes
Big Bargain Eats - Big data ethics - Netflix
Big Data Ethics also known as simply Data Ethics refers to systemising, defending, and recommending concepts of right and wrong conduct in relation to data, in particular personal data. Since the dawn of the Internet the sheer quantity and quality of data has dramatically increased and is continuing to do so exponentially. big data describes this large amount of data that is so voluminous and complex that traditional data processing application software is inadequate to deal with them. Recent innovations in medical research and healthcare, such as high-throughput genome sequencing, high-resolution imaging, electronic medical patient records and a plethora of internet-connected health devices have triggered a data deluge that will reach the exabyte range in the near future. Data Ethics of is of increasing relevance as the quantity of data increases because of the scale of the impact. Big data ethics is different from information ethics because the focus of information ethics is more concerned with issues of intellectual property and concerns relating to librarians, archivists, and information professionals, while big data ethics is more concerned with collectors and disseminators of structured or unstructured data such as data brokers, governments, and large corporations.
Big Bargain Eats - Manifestoes and Declarations - Netflix
There are several manifestos concerning data ethics collecting signatures from supporters.
Big Bargain Eats - References - Netflix