AI and machine learning are dependent on large amounts of data. But big data is hard to organize and analyze. Here’s what experts are looking out for in the coming year, when it comes to data.
While “big data” can be a misunderstood buzzword in tech, there’s no denying that the recent AI and machine learning push is dependent on the labeling and synthesis of huge amounts of training data. A new trend report by advisory firm Ovum predicts that the big data market—currently at $1.7 billion—will swell to $9.4 billion by 2020.
Author: Hope Reese