Business Insider is reporting that a major data platform is set to launch in 2020.
The platform, called the Big Data Network, will allow data scientists and other technologists to collaborate in order to solve some of the biggest challenges in business and society.
It will also provide access to huge amounts of data that will help companies, researchers and governments solve more complex problems.
Big Data will also be used to improve health care, education and other sectors.
The company, which has raised more than $4 billion in funding, is headed by David C. Pogue, a former CTO at SAP.
It’s unclear if Big Data is a real company, or a spinoff from another, more established company.
The network will provide a centralized place for researchers and technologists in order, to work together, and to build solutions to complex problems across industries and governments.
This network will also help to address many of the issues facing businesses and society, such as the growth of AI and machine learning.
There will be no formal hiring process for employees, but the company is looking for a few hundred researchers and others with the knowledge and skill to help the company achieve its goals.
The project has raised over $2.2 million in funding.
This article was originally published by Business Insider.