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Category - Big Data

4
Dec

Data privacy and why you should care about GDPR

A few days ago, a European watchdog group filed a privacy complaint against Google, using EU’s new General Data Protection Regulations as the complaint’s umbrella. While data privacy and protection are not new debates, the European regulation has taken data privacy to new levels. Levels that tech giants are struggling to meet, despite the regulation …

2
Oct

Google: Slow Infiltration of Convenience

Last week Google turned 20 years old. To give some reference of when Google first made its appearance as a search browser, this was the same year when Microsoft became the biggest company in the world. Harry Potter first came onto the book scene. And the average cost for a gallon of gas was $1.15. …

1
May

Disruptive Technology: Should Business Pay Attention?

Very often phrases become part of business or pop language without background understanding. As our language evolves, so do the words that describe our environment. While it’s not necessary for business to understand the epistemology of certain frequently used phrases, such as “things on my plate,” it’s important for business to have a basic understanding …

17
Apr

Deep Learning: Is the Technology Viable for Business?

When discussing artificial intelligence, people use three terms interchangeably. Artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and deep learning (DL) are often thrown into the same bucket with individuals pulling the terms out randomly. There is a distinct difference in ML and DL, which are subsets of artificial intelligence. Each system handles data differently, with varying …

3
Apr

Private Data: Are You At Risk?

Several days ago, the New York Times printed an article regarding Amazon and Google’s applications for new patents. The patents hint at an ability to listen to more of the home environment via their respective virtual assistant (VA) devices. Both companies have transparent policies and repeat often they do not sell or advertise based on …