Dark Knowledge, but Shining


Dark Knowledge, but Shining

shining-storiesNick Anderson had actually arrived quite early on the Big Data show–in late 80s.

With a doctorate in game theoretic applications in knowledge pricing, he swore by the potential of the Dark Knowledge theory invented by Geoffrey Hinton (yes, yes, the Google AI guy!). In 2010, Nick advised the team of some gangly Data Science geeks at GE working to build the ambitious new Industrial Internet. Two years later, GE finally launched its software to help airlines and railroads move their data to the cloud, and connect its machines and plants in real time to increase efficiency and reduce downtime. Nick was on cloud nine, really. A fresh new ground had been broken, and how. Of course, PDS™ is exactly for Big Data bosses like Nick. We're proud of you, Mr. Anderson!

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