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Date: 2022-07-04 Page is: DBtxt001.php txt00012194

Big Data / Cognoitive Computing EXTREME ANALYTICS

InfoWorld EXTREME ANALYTICS ... Listing of essays by James Kobielus

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Peter Burgess

EXTREME ANALYTICS By James Kobielus Data science predicts election winner! Data science predicts election winner! Statistical predictions are fragile flowers. They can inspire confidence, but often only under specific, ephemeral circumstances 09/12/16 Know when your big data is telling big lies Know when your big data is telling big lies Data scientists face an existential dilemma every single day: How do you distinguish signal from noisy illusion? 08/23/16 IoT's big challenge: Managing billions of devices IoT's big challenge: Managing billions of devices IoT will soon permeate every aspect of our lives -- the very definition of sprawl. How will we derive meaningful analytics from the endless IoT fabric? 07/28/16 Advancing the art of the cognitive chatbot Advancing the art of the cognitive chatbot Frameworks are just beginning to emerge for a microservices approach to intelligent personal assistants 06/28/16 How to monetize the fuzzy narratives of social listening How to monetize the fuzzy narratives of social listening Social media present at best a skewed portrait of how people truly feel or are likely to behave under various circumstances 05/05/16 3 safeguards for intelligent machines 3 safeguards for intelligent machines How can we ensure that autonomous devices, including Internet of things endpoints, will never go rogue? Start with these three basic principles 04/11/16 Graph analysis: Not the dots, but the connections Graph analysis: Not the dots, but the connections When relationships between entities are more important than the entities themselves, you have a business problem made for graph analysis 03/04/16 Machine learning models need love, too Machine learning models need love, too Machine learning is infusing applications with predictive power -- but unless you give machine learning models ongoing attention, that power will fade away 02/04/16 2020 vision: The triumph of cognitive IoT 2020 vision: The triumph of cognitive IoT In a few years, smart endpoints will distribute cognitive capability everywhere, and we'll wonder how we ever did without it 01/15/16 It's springtime at last for cognitive computing It's springtime at last for cognitive computing Artificial intelligence suffered a long winter, but a new name -- cognitive computing -- and a flood of data, innovation, and compute power now has thousands smart applications flourishing 11/24/15 Streaming analytics enter the fast lane Streaming analytics enter the fast lane Already we've moved on to a new phase in analytics where data never rests 07/16/15 Algorithms for eyes: How deep learning can help the blind Algorithms for eyes: How deep learning can help the blind Algorithms for real-time collision avoidance, geospatial nav, and situational awareness -- coupled with haptic feedback -- may soon provide the visually impaired with invaluable aid 06/22/15 Humans vs. algorithms: Who -- or what -- should decide? Humans vs. algorithms: Who -- or what -- should decide? Increasingly, big data algorithms make decisions on customers' behalf. Sometimes they're wrong. Then again, human beings can be even more wrong 06/08/15 No, the data warehouse is not dead No, the data warehouse is not dead Every surge in new tech prompts declarations that existing tech is circling the drain, but the data warehouse isn't going anywhere -- in fact, it's healthier than ever 04/13/15 The all-consuming future of cloud analytics The all-consuming future of cloud analytics An explosion of use cases is driving runaway growth in cloud analytics -- but can anyone really declare that the cloud is the omega of IT platforms? 03/20/15 Hadoop is probably as mature as it's going to get Hadoop is probably as mature as it's going to get Five years ago, Hadoop came roaring into the mainstream as the solutions to all big data problems. Now that reality has settled in, it's time for a more realistic assessment 03/03/15 Analytics and measurements: A recipe for sustainable food chains Analytics and measurements: A recipe for sustainable food chains Our food chain is full of waste, but widely distributed sensors and big data analytics together hold potential for dramatic conservation of resources 01/07/15 Busted! The campaign against counterfeit reviews Busted! The campaign against counterfeit reviews Fake reviews, either intended to trash a company or artificially inflate its standing, are poisoning the Internet. Here's how machine learning is attempting to stop the counterfeitting 12/23/14 Peeling back the layers of the smarter city What's the key to making cities smarter? Extend data-driven analytic infrastructure across every aspect of urban existence 12/04/14 When big data is truly better When big data is truly better Take advantage of scale when past experience indicates greater analytic value will result. But big data is not a hammer -- nor is every problem a nail 09/04/14 LOAD MORE



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