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Machine and Human Generated Data

Volumes aside1, why is this classification important?

Judging also by the definitions Curt and Daniel came up with, I still think it’s an useless classification.


  1. I don’t think YouTube’s data (human generated data) comes anywhere near what a single Boeing can produce in a shorter period  

Original title and link: Machine and Human Generated Data (NoSQL databases © myNoSQL)