Toronto’s Inaugural Data Unconference to Take Place During NXNE

The inaugural Data Unconference in Toronto is a new event exploring the cutting-edge technological issues of big data and the internet of things.

Taking place during Toronto’s festival of creativity, NXNE, attendees can experience this casual, community-driven event on Friday, June 19, 2015 at BrightLane. The Unconference opens with futurist Jerrard B. Gaertner, who will be talking about “Morality, Ethics, and the Social Compact in a Big Data Society.”

The event offers attendees an opportunity to learn from those further along the path—and there will be a killer afterparty, organizers say.

Admission for the full-day event is $10.