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Since the very beginning of decision support systems and business intelligence systems, there has been a promise of getting the 360 view of the customer or getting the big picture. The technological challenges of traditional technologies and data integration problems did not help in getting the right...

Data Muse of the Week: Leonardo DiCaprio Wants To Bring Big Data To Hollywood Artists give shape to their lived experience by bringing it back to surface through products of arts. To illustrate, carpet designers choose materials and patterns while designing their carpets based on their...

There are two words that have been creating a lot of commotion for the past few years in fields from business to philanthropy to government. No one seems to agree precisely on how to define them, but there’s a consensus that it’s a concept that...

With Big Data, we can store and analyze health record data to predict the likelihood of going to a hospital or analyze our daily expenditures to identify better saving patterns or even analyze our calendar to adjust a better schedule and become more productive. Then, why...

As governments worldwide aim to become smarter like Dubai, Barcelona or Singapore, their ultimate goal is to become percipient, astute, shrewd, and quick. That means that smart city governments need to use emerging technologies like Big Data and Internet of Things to be able to...

"Everybody on this planet is separated by only six other people. Six degrees of separation. Between us and everybody else on this planet." Have you heard about this quote before? This isn't hot news as it is an old quote going back to 1929. However, Facebook released a new...

Data Scientist is the sexiest job of the 21st century! McKinsey’s study predicted that by 2018, the United States alone faces a shortage of 140,000 to 190,000 people with analytical expertise and a 1.5 million shortage of managers with the skills to understand and make...