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Everybody's talking about big data nowadays. Why? Because 90% of all our data was created in the last 2 years. Two years! …

Everybody's talking about big data nowadays. Why? Because 90% of all our data was created in the last 2 years. Two years!

In this short introduction on the big data revolution we explain what generates all that data (social media, hardware, archives, etc) and what companies are doing with it: By connecting, interpreting and remixing many different datasets you are able to build customized products and services of the future.

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  1. Marjolijn Kamphuis@marjolijn
  2. 1)  Proximity  Sensor  2)  Accelerometer  3)  Ambient  Light  Sensor  4)  Three-­‐axis  Gyroscope  5)  Magnetometer  6)  GPS  7)  Camera  
  3. Tweets  per  day  in  Millions  450  400  350  300  250  200  150  100   50   0   jan-­‐07   jan-­‐08   oct  09   sep-­‐10   jun-­‐11   jun-­‐12   oct  12  
  4. Our  challenge  is  to   understand  it,  process  it,  extract  value  from  it,  remix  and  connect  it,  to  visualize   and  communicate  it.
  5. www.okgo.nl/blog To see this presentation again numrush.nlFor more big data cases & trends contact @marjolijn marjolijn@okgo.nl

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