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  2. Master of Data Science: Analytics for the 21st Century
  3. Data’s Beauty: In the Eye of the Beholder
  4. Big decisions, small data
  5. How Numbers Talk to People — HBS Working Knowledge
  6. What's the big deal about Big SQL?
  7. 10 Hot Big Data Startups to Watch
  8. 5 Cool Ways Big Data Is Changing Lives
  9. Hadoop and Perl
  10. Amazon Sales Ranking and Author Rank - Calculate How Many Books Ama...
  11. Books on demand - new publishing model
  12. Is PRISM's Big Data about Big Money?
  13. Is Hiring a Big Data Scientist a Game Changing Strategy?
  14. Big Data Pioneers Get Big For Their Britches
  15. Junk Science Week: Unsignificant statistics | FP Comment | Financia...
  16. Business analytics model risk: framing model risk
  17. Seven Questions on Adopting Analytics Culture
  18. Want to predict human behavior? Use these 6 lessons based on data f...
  19. The NSA data privacy scandal: a different point of view
  20. Alternative to In-Memory Analytics Relies on Column-Based Data Stores
  21. Interesting Computational Complexity Question
  22. Big data not big enough: the cost of hidden data
  23. Data Valuation: Seven Laws of Data Science
  24. Privacy vs. Security and Data Science
  25. Data scientists dictate what we eat
  26. How Can You Use Big Data? | The Big Data Hub
  27. 22 Maps That Show How Americans Speak English Totally Differently F...
  28. Yelp won't hire unemployed data scientists
  29. Intelligence Chief Says Massive Data Collection Is No Big Deal, But...
  30. Fave Raves: 25 IT pros name their favorite products
  31. Data scientists don't scale | ZDNet
  32. Is Data Science Your Next Career? - IEEE Spectrum
  33. Analytics Wishlist: Five Tools, Capabilities Analysts Wish Existed ...
  34. Correlation and R-Squared for Big Data
  35. DBTA 100: The Companies That Matter Most in Data
  36. The 3 Vs of Big Data revisited
  37. A Very Short History Of Data Science
  38. Big Data could generate millions of new jobs - Fortune Management
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Comment by Adrian Walker on July 3, 2015 at 5:43am

Imagine government and other web sites answering an open ended collection of English questions, and also explaining the answers in English.  Imagine people socially networking, Wikipedia-style, to continually expand the range of questions that can be answered.

The approach starts from the observation that data by itself is necessary, but not enough, for many practical uses of an intranet or the Web.

What's also needed is knowledge about how to use the data to answer an ever increasing number of questions -- such as, "How much could the US save through energy independence?".

The technology can leverage social networking for the significant task of acquiring and curating the necessary knowledge -- in the form of Executable English.

This could turn out to be a next big thing after Twitter and Facebook.

Making sense of all that data !

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