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Big Data is a high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety collection data that is so large and/or complex that traditional database management tools and applications have problems processing the information effectively.
Big Data already improved marketing, strategizing in businesses, data collection tools, data visualization and more.
A general definition of virtual machines (VMs) is that they are software-based hypothetical computers that imitate the computer’s architecture and functions.
There are system VMs that allow that multiple operation system (OS) environments can co-exist on the same computer, a somewhat different architecture set-up compared with real machines and application provisioning, maintenance, scaling and disaster recovery.
The idea of “Big Data” is engrained in the marketing world. Most people think of massive volumes of data (petabytes and beyond). But, “Big Data” experiences a paradigm shift and the more recent view sees it as unstructured data sources that need to be structured to perform better and faster analysis.
Humans recognize most objects in images and videos even when the objects are shown from different viewpoints, vary in sizes and scales or are transformed, converted or rotated.
They also can identify objects that are partially hidden or obstructed from the view based on their experience and brain processing power that is, so far, unmet by computers. Continue reading “Object-recognition Software – Why is the Error Rate that High?” »
Many of us grew up with playing games using consoles from various companies such as Nintendo, Sony and Microsoft. The game industry was and is huge and millions and billions of dollar a spend each year by millions of users around the world.
DNA (Deoxyribonucleic Acid) is one of the fundamental elements of life encoding the information for each cellular and subcellular process that allows to sustain life.
DNA is replicated each time a cell is dividing. But this process isn’t perfect. Little ‘mistakes’ are happening during each replication. External factors such as overexposure to UV light or exposure to different chemical can also damage DNA.
Most DNA damage is detected and repaired through precise and complex DNA repair mechanisms. Continue reading “Supercomputers “Understand” DNA Damage Recognition and Repair” »
Business intelligence (BI) includes methods and technologies that are used to convert non-curated raw data into meaningful data for business purposes. One big key words in BI is “Big Data” associated with the hope that managing a huge amounts of data will help classifying information, identifying pattern and discovering emerging business opportunities. Continue reading “Big Data Analytic Trends in Business Intelligence” »