publicdomainpictures.net Part I of this series described the data feudalism we currently have, why we have it, and how it might be possible for at… Read More »A window of opportunity for data democracy (Part II of III)
Alan Morrison is an independent consultant and freelance writer on data tech and enterprise transformation. He is a contributor to Data Science Central with over 35 years of experience as an analyst, researcher, writer, editor and technology trends forecaster, including 20 years in emerging tech R&D at PwC.
One of the unanticipated consequences of digitization has been data feudalism. A major reason data feudalism was such a surprise was that society just didnt… Read More »A window of opportunity for data democracy (Part I of III)
An orrey or planetarium designed by George Adams showing relative positions of the planets in relation to the sun, 1799, https://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2006691765. Part I of II… Read More »Why we shouldn’t expect a metaverse anytime soon (Part II of II)
Castaneda, Eduardo. Carl Sagan with the planets. 1981. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/cosmos000104/. (Photo taken on the set of the TV show Cosmos.) The Metaverse is a term… Read More »Why we shouldn’t expect a metaverse anytime soon (Part I of II)
20 years ago, most CIOs didnt care much about data, but they did care about applications and related process optimization. While apps and processes were… Read More »How business can clear a path for artificial general intelligence