The World of Data We're Creating on the Internet
In the 21 century, we live a large part of our lives online. Almost everything we do is reduced to bits and sent through cables around the world at light speed. But just how much data are we generating? This is a look at just some of the massive amounts of information that human beings create every day.
Stay tuned tomorrow for a GOOD video, showing how some of this data comes into play in our daily lives.
SOURCES: Cisco; comscore; MapReduce, Radacti Group; Twitter; YouTube
A collaboration between GOOD and Oliver Munday, in collaboration with IBM.
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