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HOW TO EXPLAIN BIG DATA TO YOUR GRANDMOTHER Albert Einstein once said "If you can't explain it simply, you don't understand it well enough." With this in mind, we challenged ourselves to explain the term 'Big Data' in a way that everyone, including our grandmothers, can understand.

A collection of data can be big, but a collection of Big Data is also uncategorized and not easily searchable. To structure and make sense of it, we need advanced systems and technologies.
It is estimated that over 90% of digital data is unstructured

SOURCES OF BIG DATA
Media Media and communication outlets (articles, podcasts, audio, video, email, blogs)
20 +Machine Data generated by computers and machines generally without human intervention (business process logs, sensors, phone calls)

Asa +Social Digital material created by social media (text, photos, videos, tweets)

+Historical
Data about our environment (weather, traffic, census) and archived documents, forms or records
HOW BIG IS BIG DATA?
Everyday... Processed PETRBYTES by Facebook

Generated by
PETRBYTES WalMart transactions
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LtiProcessed PETRBYTES by Google


Touched by the National PETRBYTES Security Agency

Running accross
PETRBYTES AT&T's networks

Video is the Biggest Big Data!

Produced by surveillance cameras around the world PETRBYTES

THE 5 Vs OF BIG DATA
Just having Big Data is of no use unless we can turn it into value

The size of the data
The trustworthiness of the data in terms of accuracy
The speed at which the data is generated
The different types of data
tBIG DATA ANALYTICS IS CHANGING OUR WORLD
v+Healthcare It allow us to find new cures and better understand and predict disease patterns. This leads to saving more lives.

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