Over the next five years, the global increase in big data will be unprecedented. The market itself will top $200 billion by next year.
The stakes are high, especially for industry leaders who recognize that the next big developments in business growth will begin with big data.
This July, the IEEE Computer Society’s signature Conference on Computers, Software and Applications (COMPSAC 2019) will convene in Milwaukee, Wisconsin (July 15-19) to help developers leverage big data’s key drivers—artificial intelligence and machine learning—to position their organization in advance of this bonanza. Continue reading.
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