Test Tube Hard Drives Compute with Chemicals
"A group of scientists and engineers at Brown University is planning to use chemicals in a droplet of fluid to store huge amounts of data and, eventually, get them to do complex calculations instantly. They’ve just received US $4.1 million from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to get started, and plan to borrow robots and automation from the pharmaceutical industry to speed their progress."
Latest Trend in Big Data Analytics: Immediate Real-Time Streaming Insights
"Data analytics takes enormous quantities of information about everything from traffic management and fraud detection to disease outbreak and natural disaster and tries to make sense of it. Cities, disaster relief agencies, doctors, and businesses rely heavily on it. Moreover, the more critical the situation, the faster the data analysis is needed, which is why edge devices are so crucial."
Advanced Data Analytics
"Organizations and companies have been using basic data analytics for years to uncover simple insights and trends. The appetite for more data and better analytics has grown over the years, and now most modern organizations track and record nearly all types of data: transactional, clickstream, social media, audio, video, sensor, text, image, and so on. This ever-increasing volume of data, along with the diversity of data sources, makes the process of extracting useful information and insights an ever more challenging and complex endeavor."