This is a sponsored article in association with Microsoft.
One of the problems of living in the Information Age is that, well, there's too much information.
Government departments are publishing data like never before, archived material is being made public for the first time and Internet users are posting and publishing in incredible quantities.
It's not just one kind of data, either: there are photos and video clips, statistics and essays, opinion and analysis. So how can we make sense of it all?
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