In this Data Point recorded at a Costco during the post-holiday shopping season, Frank explains his algorithm for determining that magical point when a lot of data becomes “Big Data.” Given the constant advances in storage technologies, that borderline is a moving goalpost that’s hard to measure. Or is it?
After my experience last week, I am more than ready for a world of self-driving cars. Oddly enough, just last week, Waymo rolled out a driverless taxi service called Waymo One in Arizona. The company has been operating self-driving cars, occasionally without safety drivers behind the wheel, for about a year and half now. Why does this scene…Read Full Post
In case you’re wondering, why it’s been quiet here, Frank had a car accident last Monday and, in this Data Point, shares his hastened desire for self-driving cars. Also a cameo by a dog. Normal schedule should resume shortly.
In this Thanksgiving episode of Data Driven, Frank and Andy reflect on the two years since the inception of Data Driven at a humble Dunkin Donuts in Gaithersburg, MD. Support the show! Data Driven T-Shirts on Amazon Data Driven T-Shirts on Amazon.co.uk
Last night, I spoke at the DC Emerging Technologies Meetup at the Gensler office on K Street on Applied AI: Use cases of AI in business and government. It was a really great conversation and an awesome meetup with some very smart people.