What’s the Big Data Idea is Bringing Big Data to the People. I’m passionate about Big Data. I believe Big Data will change everyone’s lives whether you like it or not. It’s not just about how your cell phone let’s you know about traffic or that Target knows your daughter is pregnant before you do. The
If you’re the parent of a five year old anticipating the holidays, most likely they have recited their wish list ad nauseum. Theirs is the top of perhaps a very long list. How much or how well you fulfill the growing datum of well wishes is partly a matter of preference and a great deal
Big Data Takes on Big (Boob) Problems Big Data application comes in many shapes and sizes and the Big Data Bra is Big Data wrapped in the silk and latex of lingerie. It starts with a simple problem. We have come a long way baby from corsets and elastic superstructures. The width and breadth of
With the joys and boys of summer fresh upon us (in the Northern Hemisphere), it spoils the fun to bring up taxes. Summer is time off from school and most of society either joins in or gets the heck out of the way. So why bring up taxes? There are better things to do! Unlike Christmas,
Why We Haven’t Cured Cancer My mother died of breast cancer in 1989. She was 44. Ironically, she was considered a “survivor” because she lived for five years after diagnosis. She was a teacher and during those five years, she never missed a day of school. She saved the summers in between for chemo, two
Marc Andreessen is betting $25million on the Internet of Things (IoT) becoming a big thing. His famous ability to forecast the evolution of emerging technology weaves a picture of sensors embedded in walls and doors and doorknobs. It makes today’s humble offerings – the likes of remote operation of your house security and appliances or
Jan Chipchase Ted Talk on designing for the future of technology.
Big Data Health Records conceptually provide a more robust personal health information capture and analysis.
Info graphic for elephant conservation utilizing Big Data. Follow up to Elephant(s) in the Room – Just How Many Are There?
Big Data Final Thoughts explained further.