It’s pretty cool that big data has played parts not only in big fields but also in our smallest day-to-day life decisions too.
The amount of data in the banking sector is skyrocketing every second.
The applications of big data have provided a solution to one of the biggest pitfalls in the education system, that is, the one-size-fits-all fashion of academic set-up, by contributing in e-learning solutions.
The University of Alabama has more than 38,000 students and an ocean of data.
Some of the benefits extracted from big data in the media and entertainment industry are given below: Spotify, an on-demand music providing platform, uses Big Data Analytics, collects data from all its users around the globe, and then uses the analyzed data to give informed music recommendations and suggestions to every individual user.
Amazon Prime that offers, videos, music, and Kindle books in a one-stop shop is also big on using big data.
To overcome these challenges, some big data solutions were introduced such as Hadoop.
These big data tools really helped realize the applications of big data.
Wearable devices and sensors have been introduced in the healthcare industry which can provide real-time feed to the electronic health record of a patient. Apple has come up with Apple Health Kit, Care Kit, and Research Kit.
The main goal is to empower the i Phone users to store and access their real-time health records on their phones.