Data Science Simplified
While the Debate and Discussions continue towards the Data Science and Big Data and Millions of jobs, here is a great article on Big Data Picks Up the Pace.
The article provides some cool inputs on the Emerging Trends and Race. It brings out the progress and platform roll-outs from established industry leaders to emerging innovators.
The key take away from the Information Excellence Viewpoint are the following:
1) The wave of democratization is hitting the Analytics / Data Science space. The expensive speciality platforms are available to those who need from companies like wise.io . The federated external data is now available to those who need for the purpose they need from the companies such as Clearstory (and host of such companies in the space, a shake out is to be expected).
2) The distillation of the Jargon of “Million Big Data Jobs” from Joshua Bloom, chief executive of Wise.io: The only question that matters is, “Are you getting the answer faster than the other guy?”.
The “Are you getting the answer faster than the other guy?” distillation has a huge implications for the companies racing towards Data Science and Big Data. Every company will try and start the race towards the Data Science and Big Data. However, how many will reach the sustainable “Competing with Analytics” Gear depends on the ability to identify and articulate the questions that need to be answered.
Which is where there is a Himalayan Gap in the industry. This cliffhanger may very well prove to be the Chief Determinant in whether an aspirant professional can realize one of those Millions of Data Science Jobs or not. Or the companies will be able to switch their race track from Big Data to Competing with Analytics.
Read the full article on Ney York Times at Big Data Picks Up the Pace and share your inputs.
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