Whether you realize it or not, it’s already transforming your daily life. Corporations use big data to predict your next online purchase, health care providers to prevent the spread of disease, schools to assess how your children learn, and credit card companies to block fraud.
Could your data change the world?
The problem is, less than 1 percent of that information is analyzed in any way.
So how can we wield this data to improve our lives and build better businesses, hospitals, and schools? A growing number of USF alumni and students with the skills to unlock big data’s potential are trying to answer that question.