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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.
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” »
Emoji are Japanese expressions or symbols that are literally meaning “picture” (e) and “letter” (moji). They are ideograms used in electronic messaging and on webpages. You find many emoji for Japanese food (sushi, mochi balls, noodles etc.), animals (dog, monkey, cat, mouse, frog etc.) and smileys (happy, sad, crying, heart-eyed faces etc.). Continue reading “Emoji: Messaging What You Are Feelings – Symbol by Symbol” »
Contextual search is the search for information (documents, images etc.) centered on the data it contains instead of primarily focusing on key words and file names as classic search engine algorithms do.
Keeping our online identity private and secure is an ongoing high interest matter as we want the ability to control how much information we disclose to others.
Although protection of our privacy and security rules increased in the last years, we know that sharing information, updates, images etc. doesn’t always give us the privacy that we may desire.
All our information gets stored in the cloud where is may stay available, forever. With the right applied tools is retrievable by whoever has interest gaining the data – even out of context.
In the next few years, contextual computing will become the new dominant paradigm in technology.
What is Contextual Computing today?
Contextual computing aims to create logic systems incorporating awareness of and the ability to adapt to user context.
The context has to provide information allowing systems to reach timely and precise understanding of the user and his/her situation and environment. Logic functions and graph databases are applied to understand objective and subjective aspects of a given situation in a given environment. It is expanding the user’s capability to recognize, distinguish, understand and take action based on his/her location, other user’s information in the comparable context and his/her own past experiences. Continue reading “Contextual Computing – The Future of Tech!?!” »