Big data is our generation’s civil rights issue, and we don’t know it
by Alistair Croll, O’Reilly Radar, August 2, 2012
…With the new, data-is-abundant model, we collect first and ask questions later. The schema comes after the collection. Indeed, big data success stories like Splunk, Palantir, and others are prized because of their ability to make sense of content well after it’s been collected — sometimes called a schema-less query. This means we collect information long before we decide what it’s for.
And this is a dangerous thing….
- The future of programming – O’Reilly Radar (radar.oreilly.com)
- The four D’s of programming’s future: data, distributed, device, democratized (revolutionanalytics.com)
- DARPA and Defense Department look to a more open source future (adafruit.com)