The full Big Data 2020 chapter is now published

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The Big Data 20/20 chapter is now published. It contains chapters on:

  • Analytics for the people and 360-degree data views
  • Everything is an experiment - using big data to quickly and accurately adjust your "products"
  • Augmenting humans - how big data will be used to increase the gearing of information workers
  • Predicat and adjust - using big data to proactively recognise patterns, thus allowing us to predict and adjust to avoid bad things and maximize on good things
  • Privacy in 2020 - big data will most certainly improve our lives. But we must balance its use with our need for privacy

You can download the whole Big Data 20/20 chapter

 

For more information on all of the Enteprise 2020 chapters, and the blogging we have done on 2020, please go to this scoop.it.

 

For more information on Big Data 2020 social media activity, please go to this scoop.it.

 

HP's big data solution is called HP HAVEn. This is the HP HAVEn home page

 

(Many thanks to the analytics team in HP Labs, the HP Software teams working on and using HP HAVEn, and the HP ES big data teams for the huge amount of help they gave us in creating this chapter.)

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