Category Archives: Big Data

4D Printing Could Change Everything

4D Printing Could Change Everything

4D Printing Could Change Everything 3D printing which is formally known as “additive manufacturing”, is being used in an extraordinarily wide range of applications such as human organs, wings of airplanes, nuclear weapons and etc. In fact, a 3D modelling program, such as AutoCAD, design static objects in three dimensions through additive processes in which

Big Data And Linguistic Analysis

Big Data And Linguistic Analysis

Big Data and Linguistic Analysis Type “define:data” in the Google search box and you’ll find that statistical linguistic analysis is at your fingertips already, illustrating the usage frequency of any word through time. Mark Liberman, renowned linguist and the founder of the Language Log, argued at a recent panel that the current data explosion is

Big Data And Big Sports: How Data Is Changing The Future Of Sports

Big Data And Big Sports: How Data Is Changing The Future Of Sports

Big Data and Big Sports: How Data is Changing the Future of Sports Big Data has reached into the innermost areas of our lives. The way we manage cities, shape communities and go about building personal relationships is changing thanks to Big Data. Sports is one other area that’s increasingly witnessing changes in data acquisition,

When To Use Supervised And Unsupervised Data Mining

When To Use Supervised And Unsupervised Data Mining

When To Use Supervised And Unsupervised Data Mining Data mining techniques come in two main forms: supervised (also known as predictive or directed) and unsupervised (also known as descriptive or undirected). Both categories encompass functions capable of finding different hidden patterns in large data sets. Although data analytics tools are placing more emphasis on self

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter

Using Big Data To Make Cities Smarter The city of the future is impeccably documented. Sensors are used to measure air quality, traffic patterns, and crowd movement. Emerging neighborhoods are quickly recognized, public safety threats are found via social networks, and emergencies are dealt with quicklier. Crowdsourcing reduces commuting times, provides people with better transportation