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How Robots and AI Could Save American Water Utilities Half A Trillion Dollars

HiBot USA's technology combining robots, big data, and AI could upend the way municipalities replace aging water pipes. HiBot USA's technology combining robots, big data, and AI could upend the way municipalities replace aging water pipes. The future of your drinking water may depend on databotics. Read Full Story

How Big Data Solves Cyber Security Issues for Enterprises

Big Data is a terminology used to define a large volume of data that inundates a business on a daily basis. Nonetheless, something worth noting is that it’s not the amount of data that is crucial, rather what a given organization or enterprise does with it. Show More Summary

Want a Playlist That Reflects the Weather? Spotify's Got a New App for That

Music is an essential part of our lives, rain or shine. Now big data is coming from Spotify and AccuWeather to make playlists that match our moods.

Connecting the Big Data Dots to Optimize Health and Manage Disease

The era of "Quantified Self" (a term coined in 2007 by US WIRED founding executive editor Kevin Kelly) is relatively new. The first Fitbit digital step counters launched in late 2009, and we've since seen an explosion of various wearables, apps and digital health devices all riding the exponential wave of smaller and cheaper mobile-connected and app-ified […]

Big Data Visualization with Meaning

The web is not the traditional home of data visualization. You might come across a bar chart here or there in your online journey on any given day, but they’ve never been an artifact of web history. It seems like that’s been changing. With...Show More Summary

Marathon runner cuts corners to win race, tracker data exposes her cheat big time

In what could have been a softcore episode of the CSI franchise, a marathon runner was caught in an epically failed attempt to cover up her wrongdoings after cheating in a race last weekend. Her mistake? Wearing a fitness tracker. Following...Show More Summary

Do We Have An Obligation To Stop Driving Cars?

The latest advances in data processing enable assisted or even autonomous driving. However, the big question is whether it should be our obligation to give up driving completely - not only in the interest of convenience but to save thousands of lives each year.

Google's TensorFlow Reaches 1.0

TensorFlow, Google's machine learning software library, has reached 1.0 status and now packs support for a wider selection of APIs for ingesting and analyzing Big Data. The tool's pre-1.0 life found it helping researchers, engineers, students, and others in examining information for patterns and insight. The full release makes the machine learning code even more powerful.

Dispatch from HIMSS 2017

As I wrote last week, I expected 2017 HIMSS to be filled with Wearables, Big Data, Social Networking concepts from other industries, Telemedicine, and Artificial Intelligence.I was not disappointed. 42,000 of my closest friends each walked an average of 5 miles per day through the Orlando Convention Center. Show More Summary

The Emerging Challenge Of 'Fake Data'

Gary Drenik recently spoke with John Sydnor, a business development consultant and go-to-market strategist, about the challenges a business should consider before embarking on a big data initiative.

Financial Leaders: Make Your Mark on the Future at Exponential Finance

From digital currency to machine learning, the financial industry is being rocked by exponential technologies. Blockchain, artificial intelligence, big data, robotics, quantum computing, crowdfunding, and computing systems are allowing startups to solve consumer needs in new ways. Show More Summary

Understanding The Next Generation Of Analytics: Cazena's Big Data Infrastructure Compiler

Cazena breaks new ground in analytics technology by allowing you to compile a service stack in the cloud to handle a variety of use cases, all while optimizing the TCO of your data environment.

Demystifying Advanced Data Visualization

Advanced Data Visualization gives a new meaning on how pictures can simplify information needed to comprehend complex questions.  Angela Hausman states that Big Data does not mean much if the people who control change can’t understand or have to spend too much time deciphering the Great Data that is presented. Show More Summary

The Morning After: Wednesday, February 22 2017

Welcome to your Wednesday. And maybe the future. NASA has a big announcement today, Qualcomm is promising phone chips that'll gulp down data faster than your current fiber connection, and more immediately, your next iPhone might pack a depth-sensing camera. Yes, we all find excitement in different places.

Big Data: Why NASA Can Now Visualize Its Lessons Learned

NASA has a vast repository of knowledge and experience in its Lessons Learned dataset consisting of over 10 million records. By applying an open-source graph-based management system it was able to vastly improve the search capabilit...

Fulbrook Using Big Data To Get Ahead In Litigation Finance

Litigation finance still has plenty of low hanging fruit available with data analytics.

Big Data: Top 5 Priorities for the Maritime Industry

Many maritime organizations are already working with “Big Data” or are preparing to start working with it as part of the so-called digital transformation. Dutch ICT company Shipbuilder presents its top five priorities for the uptake of big data in the maritime sector.

Data.world raises $18.7M to build a social network for analytics pros

Analytics professionals have access to a variety of tools that can help them increase the accuracy of their information and add new details from external sources. But according to Data.world Inc., understanding the big picture requires an entirely different kind of service: a social network. Show More Summary

BreezoMeter shows a map of real-time air pollution in big cities

BreezoMeter has collected pollution data and created a way to build real-time air pollution maps for big cities. The San Francisco company is launching an interactive map of air pollution based on data from real-time traffic information and other data sources, said Ziv Lautman, cofounder and chief marketing officer of BreezoMeter. You can use it to […]

How can you boost Software Testing productivity with Test Data Management

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Big brands and technology trendsetters are pacing up to bring self-driving cars to the market. In this entire rumble, Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk… Continue Reading ? The post How can you boost Software Testing productivity with Test Data Management appeared first on Gallop - Blog.

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