AI in the sky thinking: Data is reshaping how we live our lives

Transition to cloud computing is no passing fad

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Christopher Gannatti of WisdomTree
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Christopher Gannatti of WisdomTree

It is estimated that the amount of data we have generated will grow from about 33 zettabytes (ZB) at the end of 2018 to 175ZB by 2025.

To put this into perspective - one ZB is equal to one trillion gigabytes. If we tried to store 175ZB on DVDs, we could stack them to the moon 23 times or circle the earth 222 times. The rise of the...

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