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AI

abbreviation for ARTIFICIAL INSEMINATION.
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Held under the theme 'Sailing the Big Data Era 2017,' the Bahri Big Data Forum was organized by Bahri to focus on providing industry players with a platform to push data-driven advancements in the maritime industry ecosystem.
Big Data projects are critical to innovation, but can be challenging to execute due to complexity and the gap in skills required to coordinate all the necessary pieces.
Geographically, North America has been the largest big data analytics in healthcare market; however, Asia-Pacific is expected to witness the fastest growth among all regions, during the forecast period.
This is the main finding of the report Big Data for Wealth Management - A Practical Guide for Successful Implementation, by Swiss research company MyPrivateBanking, which identifies the reasons for this and what wealth managers should do about it.
The definition of big data goes beyond the volume of information.
Big data normally refers to the following types of data:
This book considers big data computing from the perspective of business and technology and describes the potential for transforming the operating contexts of business enterprises.
Following its successful series of Big Data shows, BIGIT, which stands for Big In Technology is honored to present BIGIT Technology Malaysia 2016 which will be held on 19th -- 20th September 2016 at KLCC Convention Centre, Kuala Lumpur with Fusionex and Delphix as its Titanium and Platinum Sponsor respectively, and Cloudera and Schneider Electric as its Gold Sponsors.
But big data is still not in full-scale production everywhere, and many companies say operational challenges hold them back.
The Wikibon community of business technology practitioners sized the global Big Data market at $18.
The literature review reveals that many studies were (and currently are being) conducted on the use of big data services by enterprises primarily on their perceptions about benefits, costs and data quality (Kwon et al.
5 -- Big Data investments continue to rise but are the growth is contracting, as fewer companies plan to invest in future, according to Gartner.