Tag: predictive analytics

Tag: predictive analytics

Cisco predicts 50 billion things connected by 2020 – what does it mean to connect?
Image October 23, 2017 Big Data Facets Colette Grail

Cisco predicts 50 billion things connected by 2020 – what does it mean to connect?   Cisco predicts that  by 2020 50 billion things will be connected in the Internet of Things (IoT).  That’s 4 billion people, 25 million apps.  Wow! Of course, it doesn’t seem like anything in the tech world is measured with
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Big Data, Bird Flocks and Figuring Out World Hunger
Image September 18, 2016 Big Data Facets Colette Grail

Do you notice the flocks of birds that pass overhead? I love watching the graceful flow of the flying inhabitants of the beach: pelicans, sandpipers, seagulls, cranes. Some are ‘regulars’ – seen day after day. Some come and go. Last week I watched an array of over 20 stork-like creatures I’ve not seen before fly
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Predicting the Future … Past and Present (?)
Image February 19, 2016 Visualization Colette Grail

Ahhhh … to see into the future. Makes me wish I’d bought Google at $10, if it even started that low. I would’ve bet a bigger spread on the Broncos. I would wait to buy insurance at the precise moment before I need it. Big Data fuels predictive analytics in ways that are changing how we
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Predictions for mobile technology
Image December 21, 2015 Ideas,Reporting Colette Grail

Jan Chipchase Ted Talk on designing for the future of technology.

What’s Wrong? Or going to be? Big Data Predicting Health Issues
December 17, 2015 Reporting Colette Grail

Reblog of Rick Delgato’s DataFloq post Predicting and Preventing Health Issues with Big Data.

What Does Your Medical Record Say About You? (and who is reading it?)
Image December 14, 2015 Ideas Colette Grail

Big Data Health Records conceptually provide a more robust personal health information capture and analysis.

Santa’s Big Data Strategic Initiatives Plan
December 9, 2015 Uncategorized Colette Grail

What does Santa’s Strategic Plan Initiatives look like? Matt Davies of Splunk

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