The Initiatives of the UN to Improve the Quality of Big Data and Support the Sustainable Development Goals for 2030

ZAHIA KOUACHE1 and NADIA MESSAOUDI2

Senior Lecturer, Faculty of Economics, Business, and Management Sciences, University ofDjilali Bounaama, Khemis Miliana, Algeria, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

2Assistant Professor, Faculty of Economics, Business, and Management Sciences, University ofDjilali Bounaama, Khemis Miliana, Algeria, E-mail: This email address is being protected from spam bots, you need Javascript enabled to view it

By virtue of its large size, it is difficult to deal with and manage it in ways and traditional applications as they are grouped into databases and conduct searches and participation, analysis, comparison, and conclusions, as they are conducted hundreds and hundreds of processes that of course need a large number of devices and people to do them.

The use of big data does not depend on enterprises and businesses but extends to many areas, including energy, education, health, and large scientific projects. In 2015 the world began to work on the scheduling of development work, known as the Sustainable Development Goals, and requires the realization of these objectives. Complementary work focuses on social, economic, and environmental challenges and on participatory and inclusive development that is left behind.

But there is still a lack of critical data that is necessary to develop national, regional, and global development policies. Many Governments lack to access adequate data relating to their people and apply that is for the poorest and most marginalized individuals. The groups that state leaders should focus on to achieve eliminating extreme poverty and eliminating dangerous emissions to the environment, and change them by 2030 through an inclusive process.

The following are the main questions:

How can big data science contribute to supporting the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals? What are THE UN initiatives to improve the

quality of big data?

Research objectives: Through this research paper, we aim to:

  • • Identify the nature and structure of big data, their characteristics, and sources.
  • • Identify the value of big data and its ability to support different institutions and support sustainable development goals.
  • • Develop a road map to overcome the challenges of investing in big data in decision-making processes and for various development piuposes.
 
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