“Context” is the new buzz-word for data. Jeffery Hammond talks about it in Systems Of Automation Will Enrich Customer Engagement, Robert Scoble and Shel Israel talk about it in their book “Age of Context”, and you can’t ignore it when it comes to a discussion for Cognitive Computing and the Internet of Things. We’ve live in a world where data was rationalized, structured, and put into standardized single definition models. The world was logical. Today, we live in a world where the digital revolution has introduced context, the semantic language of data, and it has disrupted how we manage data.
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