How to Prepare for 2025’s Intelligence Technology
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Nova Spivack is CEO at Bottlenose
JP Ratajczak is Senior Manager of Intelligence Systems at Aurora WDC
The nature of data is changing from static to streaming and from structured to unstructured. But present day big data analytics and intelligence tools weren’t designed for this new real-time data environment. Furthermore, human analysts simply cannot keep up with real-time data; they need automated assistance. To meet these challenges, enterprises will need a new approach to real-time big data analytics and business intelligence. Nova Spivack, CEO and co-founder of Bottlenose will discuss the coming changes, and how automated analyst assistance can help solve them.
- Understand major oncoming shifts in the big data analytics landscape
- See how real-time intelligence works in action
- Determine key considerations for charting a course for enterprise intelligence that can last through the next decade
About the Provocateur
Nova Spivack is a technology futurist, serial entrepreneur, angel investor, and one of the leading voices on the next-generation of search, AI, big data, and the Web. He was recently ranked in the top 20 futurists based on an analysis of social and Web influence.
He is a frequent speaker and blogger, and writes guest-articles for publications such as TechCrunch, Mashable, GigaOM, and SiliconAngle. Nova was named to Re/Code’s List of LA Power Players in Tech in 2014.
Nova is presently CEO of Bottlenose, which uses big data mining to discover emerging trends for large brands and enterprises.
He also advises and/or invests in several startups including Klout (acquired by Lithium), The Daily Dot, Next IT, WhoKnows, Live Matrix (acquired by OVGuide), Chronos Trading, PublishThis, Sensentia, Cambrian Genomics, and Energy Magnification Corporation. Spivack is also an advisor to several early-stage venture funds in the areas of emerging Internet technology and clean energy.
In 1994, Nova co-founded one of the first Web startups, EarthWeb, which led to a record-breaking IPO in 1998, and a second IPO of spinout, DICE.com, in 2007.
He then worked with Stanford Research International (SRI), to co-found their startup incubator, nVention, and participated in the DARPA CALO program one of the largest artificial intelligence projects in US history (which originated the technology that became Siri, which was later acquired by Apple). Following CALO, he co-founded Radar Networks, which produced Twine (Acquired by EVRI, which was then acquired by Facebook), one of the first consumer applications of the Semantic Web.
Nova has authored nearly 100 granted and pending patents in areas from search, to advertising, social media, mobile apps, the semantic web, augmented reality, interactive TV, and personalization.
Nova serves on the board of directors of Bottlenose and The Daily Dot, as well as Common Crawl Foundation, a nonprofit, 5+ billion page, free and open search index of the Web. In 2014 he was named to the the Data Creativity Awards Board at I-COM, the Global Forum for Marketing Data and Measurement. He is chairman of The Earth Dashboard initiative, a non-profit initiative to build a shared online dashboard to visualize the real-time state of the planet.
Nova earned his BA in Philosophy from Oberlin College in 1991, with a focus on the philosophy of mind and artificial intelligence. In 1992, he attended the International Space University, a NASA-funded graduate-level professional school for the space industry. He also participated in research at the MIT Computer Science lab.
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