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Peter J. Denning, Editor in ChiefThe digitally connected world has become a large, swirling sea of information stripped of context. We help our readers make sense of it, find meaning in it, learn what to trust, and speculate on our future.

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Developing an Open Source 'Big Data' Cognitive Computing Platform: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

by Michael Kowolenko, Mladen A. Vouk

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...


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High Performance Synthetic Information Environments
An integrating architecture in the age of pervasive data and computing: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

by Christopher L. Barrett, Jeffrey Johnson, Madhav Marathe

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...



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Technology and Business Challenges of Big Data in the Digital Economy: Big Data (Ubiquity symposium)

January 2018
by Dave Penkler

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...


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Why putting yourself in the mind of your reader is easier---and more challenging---than you might have imagined

January 2018
by Philip Yaffe

Fifty billions of devices will be connected by 2020, which will bring new technical challenges, specifically in data processing. Distributed intelligence, or "fog computing," might be the answer. Fog computing can provide intelligent connection of people, processes, data, and things in hierarchical IoT networks. ...