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The Big Data Revolution’s Third Phase

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by Angela Guess Sumit Sadana recently wrote for Re/code, “Back in the pre-Internet era of the ’70s and ’80s, computer enthusiasts and researchers used “sneakernet” — loading information onto a portable storage device and walking it over, as a way to move large files. With the advent of Big Data, it’s making a comeback. ‘If…

OTLP, OLAP, and Data Culture

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by Angela Guess Mark Hargraves recently wrote for Smart Data Collective, “Why is data modeled into different formats?  What we have been told over the years is it is based on the need of the system.  If it is a transactional based system then data needs to be modeled into the OTLP [on line transactional…

OMG to Launch Data Residency Working Group

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “The Object Management Group® (OMG®) today announced the first meeting of its Data Residency Working Group will be held on Tuesday, June 16th during the OMG Technical Meeting in Berlin, Germany. As cloud computing becomes an indispensable business tool, cloud users and providers are…

Artificial Intelligence Enterprise Applications to Reach $11.1B Market Value by 2024

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of Tractica reports, “After 60 years of false starts, the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) with probability and statistics has led to a marriage of machine learning, control theory, and neuroscience that is yielding practical benefits. This shared theoretical foundation, combined with the exponential growth of processing power…

A Look Inside the MUSE Project: Turning Books into 3D Virtual Worlds

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by Angela Guess The European Union’s Community Research and Development Information Service recently wrote, “The tremendous success of history-based video game franchises shows that the interest is there, but it also demonstrates that interactivity can sometimes be a much better way to convey stories in an appealing and memorable manner. To this day, however, the…

DGIQ Conference Brings Together Top Companies in the Business

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by Angela Guess We are happy to announce, “The upcoming Data Governance and Information Quality Conference (DGIQ) hosted by DebTech International, LLC and DATAVERSITY® has the support of several leading companies such as SAP®, SAS®, Adaptive as well as more than a dozen other companies and organizations. To view a complete list of sponsors visit…

Beware These 3 Big Data False Promises

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by Angela Guess Bain & Company recently wrote in Forbes, “Big data solution providers make big promises. Just plug your data into our solution, they say, and we’ll deliver a stream of insights that allow you to improve marketing productivity, customer experience quality and service operations efficiency. It’s like the initial euphoria of the CRM…

UConn Health Chooses Qumulo for High-Performance Computing Infrastructure

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Qumulo, pioneer of the world’s first data-aware scale-out NAS, today announced that UConn Health has chosen Qumulo Core for high-performance computing infrastructure to support life sciences research… Qumulo Core is designed for the rapidly growing storage performance, capacity, and data visibility needs faced by…

Cognitive Computing Market Worth $12,550.2 Million by 2019

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by Angela Guess A recent article reports, “According to a new market research report, ‘Cognitive Computing Market by Technology (Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Automated Reasoning), by Deployment Model (On-Premises, Cloud) & by Regions – Global Forecast to 2019,’ published by MarketsandMarkets, provides a comprehensive market and forecast analysis of the overall market, segmented by…

Computer Scientist Stuart Russell on Making the Most of Artificial Intelligence

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by Angela Guess Natalie Wolchover recently wrote for Quanta Magazine, “January, the British-American computer scientist Stuart Russell drafted and became the first signatory of an open letter calling for researchers to look beyond the goal of merely making artificial intelligence more powerful. ‘We recommend expanded research aimed at ensuring that increasingly capable AI systems are…