In 2013, Forbes contributor Gil Press wrote an article titled “A Very Short History of Big Data,” in which he provided a brief timeline of some of the earliest instances of various individuals’ awareness of the quickly-mounting data sets around us. Going as far back as the 1940s, Press points out how librarians and close followers of scientific journals and papers were saying: “Just so you know, we’re collecting a lot of information, and it’s going to grow exponentially as time goes on.”…
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March 30, 2020