When it comes to series streaming, online shopping and sports, data accompanies us through our daily lives. Even in the economy, forecasts are made on the basis of data analysis. How does Big Data create opportunities for the future??
The last few months in particular have impressively shown us that IT is a critical factor for our society. Are technology companies and their shares what utilities used to be?
Many people harbour an undefined fear of psychologists. Maybe it is the fear of someone being able to look inside them and know what they are thinking. And, let’s be honest: how many times didn’t you think: “Thank God nobody knows what I am thinking right now”? But that was in the past. Nowadays, Google, Facebook, Amazon et al. know quite well what we are thinking. Apparently even better than we do ourselves or the people close to us.
We communicate a great deal on social networks. For example, how nice our breakfast is or even the view from a very tall mountain we just climbed. Unfortunately, social networks operators are much less willing to communicate when it comes to the handling of gained user data.
This is where the term “commitment” comes in – in our new ESG article, we explain what it means.
Do the Big Data advantages and opportunities outweigh the disadvantages and possible consequences in today´s digital world? Find out more in our blog.
“If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to be afraid of”. What is at the core of this argument? More on our blog.
Only 0.5% of all accessible data is analyzed and used. More facts about Big Data can be found here.
Big Data contains a lot of good, but also a lot of controvery. Just think of social scoring, for example. Your friends, your media consumption, your daily habits, everything you do is recorded, evaluated, and channelled into a rating.
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