already collect. There are industries that are interested in this data and Ithink they innately make sense.
Healthcare companies want more real-time data on your wellness.
Apparel companies yearn for more real-time data on yourperformance.Retailers want to study emotional responses that triggerconsumption.
The list goes on and the hyper-connected future will deliver to thesecompanies streams of real-time data like never before.
Making Sense of Big Data
This is the "Golden Goose" of Big Data. Collecting the data will becomeeasier and easier but understanding 2 important things - How toeffectively filter it all & What to do with the data once collected - akahow to monetize the data in some way - will be where the winners in BigData leave the losers in the electronic dust.Algorithms will power the Big Data revolution. The beauty of algorithms is, they are never about a final solution. Instead they arefocused on the innovation of better, faster, more productive, moreefficient and the era of Big Data will be all about "better". Filteringinformation better, pairing what seemed to be completely disperse datasets in a unique way that breeds a better understanding of behavior. Thestudy of Big Data
the pursuit of getting better at understanding.Advanced algorithms will power this pursuit.