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February 20, 2013
By Michael Gold, Farsite Sophisticated algorithms are not going to write the perfect script or crawl YouTube to find the next Justin Beiber (that last one I think we can all be thankful for!). But a model can predict the probability …
January 16, 2013
Here are some of the key big data themes I expect to dominate 2013, and of course will be covering in Strata. Emergence of a big data architecture The coming year will mark the graduation for many big data pilot …
December 21, 2012
Here are a few stories from the data space that caught my attention this week. Big data will continue to be a big deal “Big data” became something of a buzz phrase in 2012, with its role in the US …
December 7, 2012
After you read these two recent articles about the top book industry stories and happenings of 2012 (and some predictions/hopes for 2013 from some industry gurus): A Year in Digital Publishing and What To Expect in 2013, from The Literary …By Mac Slocum
June 29, 2012
This week on O'Reilly: James Turner noted that the corporate dystopia predicted in "Neuromancer" has come to pass, author David Griffith discussed C's continued popularity, and Joe Wikert explained why lightweight ebook DRM isn't viable.
February 15, 2012
Effective data visualizations go beyond aesthetics; they also allow organizations to make quick and correct decisions from massive amounts of information.By Julie Steele
February 15, 2012
Effective data visualizations go beyond aesthetics; they also allow organizations to make quick and correct decisions from massive amounts of information.
December 15, 2011
This week's data news includes a new world record for Internet data transfer speed and Strata Conference chair Edd Dumbill's 2012 data predictions.
July 15, 2011
If you comment on new technology, you should get to know as many of the quirks and biases of human behavior as you can. That's because you're modeling people first and technology second.By Alasdair Allan
March 3, 2011
We face a choice between a future of accelerating technological progress and an age of declining possibilities and narrowing horizons. That choice depends on the problems we choose to solve.By George Reese
December 22, 2010
In spite of all the innovation that's happened in the recent years in the cloud, cloud networking remains in the dark ages. I expect that 2011 will prove to be the year of the network in the cloud.By Jonathan Reichental, Ph.D.
December 15, 2010
As we look to 2011, the enlightened CIO must go after the most valuable projects and be a trusted adviser to those who commit dollars to organizational goals.By Jonathan Reichental, Ph.D.
December 8, 2010
In January 2010, I published a list of my technology predictions for the year ahead. While I hit a few right on, I certainly over-estimated the rate of change.By Mark Drapeau
December 15, 2009
Under no pressure from anyone, I’ve forced this obligatory “end of year predictions” post upon myself. People always ask me where I think Government 2.0 is going anyway, I may as well get some writing mileage out of it, right? So, here are some non-exhaustive, somewhat creative, and entirely debatable trends and ideas that I foresee taking shape in the...
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