$300 BILLION price tag for non-adherence to prescription drugs? I’m not sure what that means. Who pays the price? Is it the consumer for a drug they didn’t take? Or the government or insurance?
China is a Big Data market that I haven’t explored yet. This blog post reminds me there are so many more facets and possibilities in a really Big Data world. China now has more stock traders than Communist Party members.
Great article on the seam of quantitative analysis and decision making. HIRE ME FOR YOUR ANALYTICAL TRANSLATION!! (NO really, I’d be great.) In praise of “light quants” and “analytical translators”. In praise of “light quants” and “analytical translators” Short Takes…on Analytics A blog by Tom Davenport, independent senior advisor to Deloitte Analytics It would be
An update on wearable technology. Sensors that adhere to the skin and transmit their intelligence are not so far away … Researchers at the University of Tokyo have created a single-step process to print conductive material on cloth, allowing manufacturers to build stretchable wearables that can test vital signs like heart rate and muscle contraction.
Repost of a great article by Darren Cunningham vice president of marketing at SnapLogic.
Anna Vital of Funders and Founders created an interactive info graphic of top media stories.
The iWatch continues to make headlines as its launch date bumps downstream as well. Here’s more thoughts on what MIGHT happen when it actually arrives.
Big Data Decision Making Funny Cartoon
If Levi’s and Coca-cola helped bring down the Berlin Wall and break up the USSR, what happens when Apple takes root in China?
A brief remembrance of Moore’s law and the power of memory.