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IBM’s Watson Super Computer and the Theosphere

The science of big data is based on attraction. Technologically speaking, data finds data through mathematical algorithms in lightning speed. For example: IBM’s “Watson” super computer scans 200 million Wikipedia document  pages in three (3) seconds, searching for the best possible solution to a question among other text resources. The focus is not on what is different but what is similar. Data is coming in large Volume and Variety, and in high Velocity. The 4th “V” is Value, and this is where the discovery process enters the equation.

As a result, what is relevant appears and materializes for the purpose of analysis –understanding the issues so that solutions can be delivered. We can now visualize a theospheric world of thought derived from cognitive diversity on a global scale.  All of this can be viewed as a 3-D color image or sphere. Amazing !

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