Paul Zikopoulos, vice president of Big Data and Cognitive Systems for IBM, was a featured speaker at the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce. A link has been sent to your friend’s email address.

The Chamber of Commerce debuted a trailer style teaser to open the annual conference. Chamber of Commerce Paul Zikopoulos, vice president of Big Data & Cognitive Systems, IBM speaks during the annual Tallahassee Chamber Conference at the Omni Amelia Island Plantation on Saturday, Aug.

11, 2018. (Photo: Joe Rondone/Democrat, )Buy Photo AMELIA ISLAND – Tech years are a lot like dog years — they go very quickly, said one of the nation’s top Big Data experts during the Tallahassee Chamber of Commerce Conference on Saturday.

Companies can transform their delivery services and business models by the “one percent rule” over time and reap catalytic results, said Paul Zikopoulos, vice president of Big Data and Cognitive Systems for IBM. Zikopoulos is the author of 19 books and a leading authority on Big Data.

According to Leading Authorities Inc., he was named one of the “50 Big Data Twitter Influencers” by SAP, Zikopoulos has served as a consultant for 60 Minutes and multiple universities and has been named an expert on big data by publications such as Big Data Republic, Technopedia, and Analytics Week. Zikopoulos talked an array of real-world technology for the future and about how more attention is being given to deep learning, which allows computers to find patterns instead of physically inputting data. Read more from…

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