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Palantir’s Foundry Available on Google Cloud

According to Silicon Angle, Palantir has made its Foundry platform available on Google Cloud.

Palantir Technologies Inc. said today it has made its big-data-crunching platform Foundry available on Google Cloud Platform and the Google Cloud Marketplace, giving more companies the opportunity to synthesize information for business operations.


Making Best Use of Big Data

A new report shows that companies use only 5% of the big data they collect, reports Forbes.

In recent years, data generation has increased exponentially with no signs of slowing. In 2020, we generated an estimated 2.5 quintillion bytes of new data daily, and it has been estimated that 90% of the data in existence was created in just two years.


Using Big Data to Transform a Neighborhood

Big data was used to transform an area in South Dallas, reports DMagazine.

Just two weeks ago, the parking lot at 4505 S. Malcolm X Boulevard was nothing more than that: an empty lot with cracked concrete and fading paint. Drive by it today and you’ll see life and color, splashes of yellow and red and green, a basketball court, a climate-controlled shipping container, room for vendors and nonprofits to set up, places to sit and places to play.


What to Look for in A Cloud Big Data Provider

What should a company look for in a cloud big data service provider, reports Tech Republic.

There are clouds that specialize in running mission-critical applications like ERP (enterprise resource planning), and software as a service (SaaS) provider clouds that specialize in providing services to specific industry sectors such as finance or logistic


Big Data And Compliance Management

According to Forbes, big data can help with compliance management.

It is well-established that accounting is a data-intensive stream. It is filled with numerical, non-numerical, statistical and non-statistical data. There is data involved in invoices, purchase orders, employee salaries, daily expenses and a load of other things. 


Is Big Data Better Than Census

Is it possible to replace the census with information collected from big data, reports the Times.


Big Data Could Harm Women Post Roe

Could big data be used to further limit a woman’s access to abortion services, reports US News.

Abortion rights supporters have since last month rallied on the steps of statehouses, marched on crowded street corners and demonstrated outside of the Supreme Court itself after a leaked draft opinion suggested that Roe v. Wade will be overturned.


Big Data Picks Winning Investments

According to Analytics Insight, big data can help investors pick winning investments. 

With the increase in digitalization, investment opportunities have become accessible to all. The opportunities to invest your money are diverse, ranging from stocks and gold to investing in information technology (IT). 


Big Data Will Make Insurance Process Easier

Better data collection could mean better customer service for insurance companies, reports Venture Beat. 

Digital transformation has been one of insurance companies’ key priorities recently. The promises big data and analytics hold for quote citation, risk analysis and underwriting efficiency are immense. 


Using Big Data to Fight Voter Suppression

Big data could be the key to fighting voter suppression, reports Fast Company.

After the presidential election in 2020, when Georgia launched runoff elections for the state’s two Senate seats, officials in Cobb County on the outskirts of Atlanta announced that they were going to shut down several early voting sites in diverse neighborhoods


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