The American Medical Association, or AMA, says that electronic health records (EHR) systems in use today "have neglected usability as a necessary feature" and the association is now calling for a design overhaul.
Now we have even more people to feed on even fewer resources on top of the challenge of protecting the earth. Can big data find an answer to all that and move us into The Evergreen Revolution?
This report addresses a number of significant big data issues ranging from the costs and clunkiness of transmitting large data sets wirelessly to worrisome manipulation issues in gamification, and everything in-between.
There's not much of a market for raw data. But if you have output from sophisticated, trustworthy predictive models for sale, then you stand to make some sizable money. The problem data brokers have now is in branding their big data so buyers can know the difference--and the value.
While the business world has recently experienced a rapid growth in data and discovered ways to manage and use it, the new tools have yet to fully measure up to handling the mega-data scientists are still trying to get a handle on.
Check out this infographic for tips on explaining big data to people who work anywhere and with anything other than big data.
Beyond rendering some really great personal experience and action videos, this accomplishment can lead to a much needed means to examine, compare and analyze video data from nearly any camera source, including those in extreme environments.
Former CIA pros use their spy experience with big data to sort out huge investment portfolios and predict their crash.
According to a recent Oxford Economics study, only 31% of the companies surveyed have a data and application migration plan.
At its heart Ancestry.com is a big data driven company and is about using big data to tell personalized stories--and to create them, as well. I chatted with Bill Yetman, vice president of engineering at Ancestry.com, to learn how they do what they do.