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Journalisme. Privacy. My Data. Online identity. Learning interfaces. Quantified self. Crowdsourcing. The New Big Data. Top scientists from companies such as Google and Yahoo are gathered alongside leading academics at the 17th Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) conference on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining (KDD) in San Diego this week.

The New Big Data

They will present the latest techniques for wresting insights from the deluge of data produced nowadays, and for making sense of information that comes in a wider variety of forms than ever before. Twenty years ago, the only people who cared about so-called “big data”—the only ones who had enormous data sets and the motivation to try to process them—were members of the scientific community, says Usama Fayyad, executive chair of ACM’s Special Interest Group on Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining and former chief data officer at Yahoo. Even then, the results of data mining were impressive.

“We were able to solve significant scientific problems that were standing in the field for 30-plus years,” Fayyad says. Le Web à la puissance 2. Par Hubert Guillaud le 01/09/09 | 29 commentaires | 22,206 lectures | Impression On ne présente plus vraiment Tim O’Reilly et John Battelle.

Le Web à la puissance 2

Tim O’Reilly, des éditions O’Reilly, est devenu l’un des gourous incontournables du web. Initiateur – et promoteur – de la notion de Web 2.0 (voir notre traduction), il demeure l’un des plus fins observateurs du changement technologique. John Battelle, journaliste, auteur de La révolution Google est quant à lui l’un des spécialistes des moteurs de recherche.

Ils ont commis, à l’entrée de l’été, un texte important, essayant de définir, 5 ans après l’apparition de la notion de Web 2.0, l’émergence d’un nouveau paradigme, entre le Web 2.0 (celui des plates-formes sociales) et le Web 3.0 (le web sémantique), comme l’explique très bien Frédéric Cavazza. Il y a cinq ans, nous lancions une conférence sur une idée simple, qui est devenue un mouvement. Il est tout cela, et plus encore. Mais est-ce vraiment ce que nous entendons par intelligence collective ? 20 Things I Learned About Browsers and the Web. Illustration Christoph Niemann Writers/Editors Min Li Chan, Fritz Holznagel, Michael Krantz Project Curator Min Li Chan & The Google Chrome Team Design Fi Paul Truong Development Very Special Thanks To. Think Quaterly - the data issue.

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