Tag Archive for James Kobielus

Cognitive Computing And Semantic Technology: When Worlds Connect

by Jennifer Zaino In mid-July Dataversity.net, the sister site of The Semantic Web Blog, hosted a webinar on Understanding The World of Cognitive Computing. Semantic technology naturally came up during the session, which was moderated by Steve Ardire, an advisor to cognitive computing, artificial intelligence, and machine learning startups. You can find a recording of…

Keeping Big Data Small

by Angela Guess Brett Stupakevich writes, “Big data: keep it small, stupid.” He explains, “That’s the advice of lead Forrester advanced analytics analyst James Kobielus who says that as data scientists move deeper into big data territory, they have to be sure they don’t drown in too much useless information. If you’re a data scientist…

The Inevitable Hadoop Backlash

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by Angela Guess James Kobielus of Forrester Research recently predicted a soon to come backlash against Hadoop. Kobielus writes, “The same thing happens every time. Some shiny new thing gets built up until it’s too big for its britches and then we delight in shooting it down. Or taking it down a few notches until,…