Pandora And Twitter Are Using Machine Learning To Interpret Your Data

While Hadoop was launched in 2006, it wasn’t until a few years later that enterprises began to embrace the potential of harvesting their own data for growth purposes. The last two years have shown that small and medium-scale startups are also willing to take the risk of integrating Big Data infrastructure at the core of their business. Since data-driven decisions are more likely to provide a sustainable growth strategy to business managers, there’s a clear inclination to use Big Data whenever possible. EMC ran a research study on big data growth which suggests that the average amount of data created by a single digital user is going to skyrocket by up to 300%. According to Datapine– a self-service data analytics software – even small-to-medium sized companies should leverage the power of their company data…


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