Tag Archives: Big Data

Our timeline, ourselves

In ten years, we’ll run every aspect of our lives with a personal timeline. That’s a slippery slope into walled gardens and towards the singularity.

The most ironic thing on TV last week

While I watched Daily Show episode on big data and privacy, 117 companies watched me.

Some thoughts on Big Data from Strata

A quick video looking at where Big Data, and the Strata conference, are headed.

Thin walls and traffic cameras

A couple can overlook a brush of lipstick or a stray hair, but the hard proof of a speeding ticket that gives away an afternoon tryst can’t be ignored. An object lesson in the gray areas of Big Data.

Big data, big apple, big ethics

New York is awash in Big Data next week, and the Ford Foundation is running a day on the upsides and drawbacks of Big Data too.

The selfish economics of Big Data

Big Data’s ability to make increasingly accurate predictions will change the economics of industries based on amortizing risk across a population.