Our phones are starting to know us better than we know ourselves. They're starting to see patterns that we don’t detect on a day-by-day basis, but the phone sees this overall pattern and then it looks for changes in that pattern.
I’m so concerned about the fact that Big Data is going to change the world in every conceivable way.
I think that it’s incredibly important to people, all of us start having this conversation right now about big data and what it means, who owns it, what’s being done with our information, who controls it, because I’m so concerned about the fact that this is going to change the world in every conceivable way.
The ability now to create a company is so much more efficient because you don’t have to like guess in advance what you’re going to be able to do with it.
One of things that is kind of fascinating about Amazon is everybody, the average person, thinks about Amazon selling books and now music and Kindles and things like that. But one of the things that they have been doing on the side, which I think is actually kind of one of the big hidden stories of Amazon, is Jeff Bezos believes that Amazon should become a public utility. We don’t have power generators in our backyard, we just plug in to get electricity. We don’t have to dig our own wells. We have water that comes in.