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Data Is Eating the World Quotable Quotes, 2nd Edition

“[Data labeling] is an expanding world, hidden beneath the technology. It is hard to take humans out of the loop”—Mary Gray “The market for data labeling passed $500 million in 2018 and it will reach $1.2 billion by 2023, according … Continue reading

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Data is Eating the World: The Video

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Data is Eating the World Quotable Quotes

“The power to predict the future is about to emerge. The amount of data will grow by a million times over the next 30 years”—Masayoshi Son, CEO, SoftBank Group @masason “As a FedEx employee in 1996, I was in the … Continue reading

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The New Breed of Data-Driven Startups: DraftKings and Actifio

Data is eating the world. All businesses, non-profits, and governments around the world are now in full digital transformation mode, figuring out what data can do to the quality of their decisions and the effectiveness of their actions. In the … Continue reading

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Data is Eating the World: The Most Important Internet Trend

Data is eating the world. It has been the most important tech trend since the 1990s. But to paraphrase Robot Solow, “You can see data everywhere but in the Internet statistics.” The most astute and influential observers of the tech … Continue reading

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Data is Eating the World: A New Economy

  The Economist: Data are to this century what oil was to the last one: a driver of growth and change. Flows of data have created new infrastructure, new businesses, new monopolies, new politics and—crucially—new economics. Digital information is unlike … Continue reading

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