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November 19, 2020

Harnessing the Data Revolution

Harnessing the Data Revolution, one of the U.S. National Science Foundation's Big Ideas, supports and encourages data-driven discovery to accelerate innovation at the frontiers of science and engineering. To help close the loop from data generation to analysis, simulation, and discovery and decision-making, HDR will support fundamental research in data S&E and will enable mutually beneficial interactions between data scientists and communities, supporting the transfer of data science techniques to local communities, while providing insights and practical experience to participating data scientists and data science students in real-world settings. HDR investments will allow NSF to fund critical new methods and advances in artificial intelligence, notably in machine/deep learning.

A complete synopsis of the HDR program can be found in the NSF's 10 Big Ideas Special Report. (Date image taken: 2020; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: Nov. 24, 2020)

Credit: Nicolle Rager Fuller, National Science Foundation

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