Most people working in STEM don’t need to be told that data science is a fast-growing and hugely lucrative enterprise, largely due to the estimated 20,000-fold leap in data volumes between 2000 and 2020.
If data is ‘the new oil’, then the data scientist functions much like an oil refinery, converting data into insights which can both save money and generate capital.
The International Data Corporation (IDC) predicts that worldwide revenues for big data and business analytics will reach more than $210bn in 2020. Having finally penetrated the mainstream, data analytics is now a massive priority …read more
Source:: Silicon Republic News