mining the tar sands of big data

The consequence of sensor networks, cloud computing, and machine learning is that the data landscape is broadening: data is abundant, cheap, and more valuable than ever. It’s a rich, renewable resource that will shape how we live in the decades ahead, long after the last barrel has been squeezed from the tar sands of Athabasca.

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Published by Michael Driscoll

Founder @RillData, operational intelligence powered by Apache Druid. Previously @Metamarkets. Investor @DCVC. Lapsed computational biologist.

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