Power and dumb machines are the biggest challenges for big data

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Gigaom

The promise of “big data” is clear — or at least it’s becoming clearer, as companies share their case studies and stories about how they used data from social media to structure a better ad campaign or when a public health official shares disease tracking information gleaned from smartphones. But there are still plenty of technical hurdles between today and the future that data can provide, according to Zachary Lemnios, VP for research strategy at IBM (s ibm).

Lemnios is the former Assistant Secretary of Defense for Research & Engineering and has spent the last decade thinking about the intersection of technology and the military, including issues ranging from cyber security to big data. But in a conversation on Friday, held at the end of his first week employed by IBM, he shared with me his thoughts on artificial intelligence and what he sees as the challenges standing between the…

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