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Self-driving cars were just the start. What's the future of big data-driven technology and design? In a thrilling science talk, Kenneth Cukier looks at what's next for machine learning — and human knowledge.TEDTalks is a daily video podcast of the best talks and performances from the TED Conference, where the world's leading thinkers and doers give the talk of their lives in 18 minutes (or less). Look for talks on Technology, Entertainment and Design -- plus science, business, global issues, the arts and much more.Find closed captions and translated subtitles in many languages at http://www.ted.com/translateFollow TED news on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/tednewsLike TED on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TEDSubscribe to our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TEDtalksDirector
11:15 about those three traits. Wouldn't scientists want to keep those traits on record in case those traits are correlated with cancer?In general, it seems machine learning, or more specifically unsupervised learning, can "outwit" human thinking partly because they take these "unknown" factors into account.
From the big data, which shows the efficiency can be greatly increased ,we can imagine the picture of a communist society. In the future, job will not be the tool of life but some kind of pleasure that is a necessity for everyone.
..... 2030parkour ai robots billion times smarter than all humans jumping around.Big Data, who knows..
why tf am I so confused
Shared at the speed of light? A few GB still takes my computer hours to download!
Big Data magic?: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/big-data-magic-kenneth-w-oosting/
Handling data better is the challenge. Some apps(especially games) ask for location access unnecessarily so you just fix or randomize your location for them while you keep moving because for some apps u really need them to keep track of your location.
Did anyone else notice that the emphasis of the word apple at the beginning was to persuade people that Apple may be the Big Data collector to get people to worry about? He's basically saying think before you buy an APPLE DEVICE. APPLE pie sales FELL. APPLE is everyones SECOND favorite. Definitely a strong but rightful bias.
"Big data is an extremely important tool" - for corporate schmucks to manipulate people, invade your privacy, influence elections, market worthless products, sell you scams, operate pyramid selling, brainwash you, buy influence, cheat, lie, bullshit you, and profit from you. In short Big Data is just another advertisers low grade tool for high grade manipulation.
First 3 minutes with full of common sense, it's a TED talk for Christ sake, and my time was not being respected.
Excellent. Simple and awesome.
His breathing is so irritatnig
First year University student and we are learning about big data.. Stumbled across this TED Talk thinking maybe he might have some extra insight into what I am learning. But nope. Seemed rather pointless, just spoke about ideas and what we already know about data haha... Nothing different to the next Joe blow on the street..Honestly could have summarised what he said in a three minute powerpoint in-front of my parents and they would have told me I was 5 years late
he sounds like he's about to cry
We will all live in a utopian world where computers will do our jobs and the people will have more time to enjoy life. Karl Marx will finally get what he wanted.
Does Big Data will threaten all the Statistic Department of the World because they are still using interviews and online surveys to collect data.
cant concentrate well on this, he has so yellow teeth.
When he said "America's favorite pie is what??? ...the reason that the audience said "apple" is that the audience was quoting the old slogan....like "you can't drink it slow if it's what?" "QUICK". Yet, in spite of that, the speaker took their answer literally and conclusively. Maybe people buy more apple pies because apples are cheaper, more available keep better than other fruits like peaches, blueberries, and mincemeat. Yet, the speaker instantly concludes that the reason we KNOW this is because of big data. All questions were removed by the big data, or by the speaker's beliefs about big data's ability to answer all questions. All nuances were lost with the question. America's favorite pie is apple in the very humorous and informal sense that our "favorite sport is baseball"...and yet, all sense of fun and nostalgia was lost when the speaker used limited big data "observations" to make the statement absolutely literal. Beans are a magical fruit, the more you eat, the more you ___. How do we know this? Because trains toot and some trains carry beans.