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Life in the Cloud Begins at Birth

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In photojournalist Rick Smolan’s Human Face of Big Data project, stunning facts about how big data and the world of many clouds are changing how we live our lives, from our very first day, are …

In photojournalist Rick Smolan’s Human Face of Big Data project, stunning facts about how big data and the world of many clouds are changing how we live our lives, from our very first day, are showcased. For example:

During the first day of a baby’s life, the amount of data generated by humanity is equivalent to 70 times the information contained in the Library of Congress.
One-third of children born in the United States already have an online presence before they are born. That number grows to 92 percent by the time they are two.
In 2012, the average digital birth of children occurs at approximately six months.
Within weeks of their birth, another one-third of all children’s photos and information are posted online.

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