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In your DNA are clues to your health, your ancestry, and maybe even your purchasing preferences.
A job invented in Silicon Valley is going mainstream as more industries try to gain an edge from big data.
The world’s largest chip maker wants to see a new kind of economy bloom around personal data.
Here’s the smartphone technology that alerts a doctor when patients are headed for trouble.
A new line of research examines what happens in an office where the positions of the cubicles and walls—even the coffee pot—are all determined by data.
Apps that proactively help people with their lives represent a significant departure from earlier approaches to software.
A startup believes people will want a photographic record of their lives, taken at 30-second intervals.
The creator of the Wolfram Alpha search engine explains why he thinks your life should be measured, analyzed, and improved.
As the amount of data expands exponentially, nearly all of it carries someone’s digital fingerprints.
The next frontier for big data is the individual.