This Is What’s Next For the Data-Driven eCommerce Charge

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Analytics, Big Data, big data analytics, big data science, big data scientists, Business Intelligence, Commentary, consumer behavior, Data Science, data-driven guide, e-commerce, Marketing, Predictive Analytics

Data scientists have a prominent place in today’s society. They’re a big part of every industry, and just about everyone who loves big data analytics wants their job. Sometimes, it can seem like what they do is magic. Of course, when you pull back the curtain, they’re just people—very smart people. Many data scientists have […]

Hadoop-Based Predictive Analytics Improves Extreme Weather Forecasting Models

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Few professions receive as much criticism as meteorologists. Over the years, people have complained that weathermen are notoriously unreliable. They have compared the accuracy of a weatherman’s forecast to someone throwing darts at a board. This has caused many people to wonder whether or not meteorologists are just incompetent or if the weather is just […]

7 Interesting Open-Source Machine Learning/AI Technologies to Consider

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The open-source development model has played a pivotal role in the steady emergence of machine learning and artificial intelligence into the mainstream. Many libraries and frameworks are available to developers as open source code, and cloud computing giants like Google, Microsoft, and AWS have led the way in providing many of these projects. One reason […]

Unsure About Blockchain? Here are 3 Ways Combining Big Data & Bitcoin Can Benefit Society

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Cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin has been increasingly gaining the attention of the mainstream consumers. Initially, public perception of the novel instrument was that it was a risky financial fad. However, Bitcoin and the architecture that makes it possible, the blockchain, are growing more familiar among global consumers. One reason that Bitcoin and its underlying technology […]

4 Ways Big Data is Changing the Future of Car Insurance

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The car insurance industry isn’t something the average person immediately thinks about when considering big data, but there’s an inextricable relationship between the two – and it’s only becoming more powerful and concrete. 4 Ways Big Data Can Improve Car Insurance You would think that new technology has made driving safer, but we’ve actually seen […]

6 Essential Skills Every Big Data Architect Needs

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Big Data that is both structured and non-structured. While it presents many opportunities for organizations of all sizes, handling it is quite difficult and requires a specific set of skill sets. Big data is handled by a big data architect, which is a very specialized position. A big data architect is required to solve problems […]

3 Spectacular Ways AI and Big Data Are Revolutionizing Cybersecurity

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With the advances of application of mobile/internet, the internet of things, and social networks, big data has become a topic of interest for research. Nevertheless, faces some security risks as well as privacy protection in the process of collecting, analyzing, storing and utilizing. There are several applications of big data when it comes to cyber […]

Why Studying Humanities and Arts Is Key To Developing Artificial Intelligence

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“The evolution of technology is, like the evolution of literature, heavily path-dependent. Culture plays a far more important role in the acceptance, adoption, and spread of technology than many of us are willing to acknowledge.” Ken Liu, science-fiction and fantasy writer    Humanities degrees are needed in technology. They give context to the world we […]