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Follow the Ones and Zeros: How the Most Critical and Complex Big Data Around Brings Productivity and Profits

Follow the Ones and Zeros: How the Most Critical and Complex Big Data Around Brings Productivity and Profits | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it

Blowout preventers, or BOPs, are incredibly complex machines that weigh 750,000 pounds and tower 60 feet above seafloor oil wells. They serve as the last line of defense in case anything goes wrong. It takes workers about 18 months to build one and they serve for as long as 30 years.

It takes as much as $16 million to retrieve a BOP to service it, and keeping them in shape all those years can get expensive. As a rule of thumb to stay safe, maintenance crews often replace as many as 20 percent of BOP parts every time they come to the surface. The stakes are high. Each day a rig is not drilling can cost the offshore operator $3 million in lost productivity. But it also means that they effectively rebuild an entire BOP every five years...Read More....

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IBM's Watson: Cognitive or Sentient? | Big Think

IBM's Watson: Cognitive or Sentient? | Big Think | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
The singularity is near! Our smart phones and laptops will one day seem like the gadget equivalent of the horse-and-buggy compared to the machines we will rely on in the future.
Jon Iwata, Senior VP of Marketing and Communications at IBM, stopped by Big Think’s studio to share the epic tale of ...


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Looking Ahead: The Future of the Internet

Looking Ahead: The Future of the Internet | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
What will the internet look like in the near future, 20 years, 100 years? We explore the possibilities in this illustration.


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Interesting article - beware of Skynet though!

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The Future of the Internet

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With all the talk of "The Internet of Things," and the rapid advances we're seeing with all-things web, smart devices and hyper-connected world, we found this Infographic goes a long way to tell the story.

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Big Data Gets Personal in U.S. Cities - Ideas Lab

Big Data Gets Personal in U.S. Cities - Ideas Lab | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
In U.S. cities we are seeing many promising signs of the transformative personal application of Big Data.
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Big Data Doesn't Have to be a Big Problem | Software & Systems content from IndustryWeek

Big Data Doesn't Have to be a Big Problem | Software & Systems content from IndustryWeek | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
The right approach can help transform data into gold.
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Big data tackles tiny molecular machines

Big data tackles tiny molecular machines | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
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Making Sense of Big Data

Making Sense of Big Data | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it

Ben Recht is looking for problems. He develops mathematical strategies to help researchers, from urban planners to online retailers, cut through blizzards of data to find what they’re after.

He resists the “needle in the haystack” metaphor because, he says, the researchers, engineers, and business people he has worked with usually don’t know enough about their data to reach their goal.

My work tries to incorporate as much expert knowledge as possible into data analysis.  Once you codify this expertise, the needle often turns out to be a pitchfork.”

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5 Quick Questions: Putting Big Data To Work

5 Quick Questions: Putting Big Data To Work | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
What to do with all that data once it’s available.Steve Wise is the Vice President of Statistical Methods at InfinityQS, a leading provider of statistical process control (SPC) software. He recently sat down to discuss the best practices for implementing data-driven software and how manufacturers can most effectively use the information it provides.1. What do you think is the No. 1 obstacle manufacturers face in implementing new software platforms?
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Netflix Is Building an Artificial Brain Using Amazon's Cloud | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com

Netflix Is Building an Artificial Brain Using Amazon's Cloud | Wired Enterprise | Wired.com | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
In an effort to further hone its recommendation engine, Netflix is delving into “deep learning,” a branch of artificial intelligence that tries to mimic the structure of the human brain to solve problems that are usually too difficult for computers.
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Big Data and Cloud Computing | Extreme Networks

Big Data and Cloud Computing | Extreme Networks | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
There are many different perspectives today in what constitutes Software Defined Networking, SDN.  The Open Networking Foundation defines SDN (see link:
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The New Frontier: Massive Data and Public Policy - Ideas Lab

The New Frontier: Massive Data and Public Policy - Ideas Lab | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
Huge amounts of new data have created the conditions to formulate smarter, more personalized public policy, much in the same way the study of DNA spawned personalized medicine.
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Data Innovation 101 - Ideas Lab

Data Innovation 101 - Ideas Lab | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
An Introduction to the Tools and Policies Behind Data-Driven Innovation.
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New innovation enhances information storage in electronics

Innovative Magnetoresistive Random Access Memory technology enables bigger and longer lasting memory in electronic systems
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Big Data: The One Question Manufacturers Really Want Answered

Big Data: The One Question Manufacturers Really Want Answered | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
Manufacturers are moving beyond the "What is Big Data?" question. Find out what they're asking and what our survey data has to say about it.



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7 Buzz words for 2014 BigData Yearbook

7 Buzz words for 2014 BigData Yearbook | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
Following are my take on 7 hot buzzwords that will see good traction to help businesses adopt big data and get more enterprise adoption. What better place but to share it out and hear what others have to say?


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Appetite for Disruption: Survey Finds Companies Keen on Fueling Innovation with Big Data

Appetite for Disruption: Survey Finds Companies Keen on Fueling Innovation with Big Data | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it

Blowout preventers, or BOPs, are massive machines that sit on the sea floor thousands of feet below the surface and serve as the last line of defense if something in an undersea oil well goes wrong. As a rule of thumb, workers will routinely replace as many as 20 percent of their parts to keep them safe, effectively rebuilding the entire machine every five years...Read More....

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Computers Flying Economy: New 747 Test Jet is a Flying Data Machine With 900 Miles of Cable

Computers Flying Economy: New 747 Test Jet is a Flying Data Machine With 900 Miles of Cable | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it

Some private jets come equipped with master bedrooms, Lalique crystal fittings and gold-plated seat belt buckles. GE’s new Boeing 747, on the other hand, carries almost 900 miles of wiring and fiber optic cable...Read More....

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Don’t Wait Until Dark: Engineers are Using the Industrial Internet to Keep Your Lights On

Don’t Wait Until Dark: Engineers are Using the Industrial Internet to Keep Your Lights On | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
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Big data tackles tiny molecular machines

Big data tackles tiny molecular machines | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it

Open, feed, cut. Such is the humdrum life of a motor molecule, the subject of new research at Rice University, that eats and excretes damaged proteins and turns them into harmless peptides for disposal.

The why is obvious: Without these trash bins, the Escherichia coli bacteria they serve would die. And thanks to Rice Univ., the how is becoming clearer... More...

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Nanotechnology may be key to solar energy and energy storage

A new study from the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission) in Switzerland and the Fraunhofer Institute for Systems and Innovation Research ISI in Germany has found that nanotechnology will bring significant benefits to the energy sector, especially to energy storage and solar energy. Improved materials efficiency and reduced manufacturing costs are just two of the real economic benefits that nanotechnology already brings these fields and that’s only the beginning.
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The Distributed Power Transformation - Ideas Lab

The Distributed Power Transformation - Ideas Lab | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
Distributed power technologies create a decentralized power system, allowing distributed generators to meet local power demands throughout the network
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AT&T, IBM ally on enabling Internet of Things

AT&T, IBM ally on enabling Internet of Things | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
AT&T and IBM have struck a global alliance, through which they will combine their analytic platforms, cloud, and security technologies to create services initially for city governments and midsize utilities.The two companies said they intend to develop services that can integrate and analyze vast quantities of data from assets such as mass transit vehicles, utility meters, and video cameras.
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Trusting too Much in Data

In recent weeks I’ve run into multiple posts, articles, and discussions concerning some findings that employee morale does not equate to productivity.
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Big Data in Education: Big Potential or Big Mistake? - InformED

Big Data in Education: Big Potential or Big Mistake? - InformED | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
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Will Big Data Make Free Will Irrelevant? | Big Think TV | Big Think

Will Big Data Make Free Will Irrelevant? | Big Think TV | Big Think | Big Data in Manufacturing Today | Scoop.it
What does it mean when Big Data can make a prediction that someone has a high likelihood of committing a crime? Should the criminal justice system intervene?
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