- Understanding 5 V's of Big Data
- How much data is generated each day?
- What Happens in an Internet Minute
- 33 zettabytes in 2018 to 175 zettabytes in 2025
- Explosion of Healthcare Data
- Total amount of global healthcare data generated in 2013 and a projection for 2020*(in exabytes)
- Source of healthcare data
- One-Third of world's Data is Generated by Healthcare
- HealthIOT - Will bring Massive amounts of Data
- 5th State of Matter - DATA
- Physicists claim information is the fifth state of matter
- The Information Catastrophe
Understanding 5 V's of Big Data
How much data is generated each day?
500 million tweets are sent
294 billion emails are sent
4 petabytes of data are created on Facebook
4 terabytes of data are created from each connected car
65 billion messages are sent on WhatsApp
5 billion searches are made
By 2025, it’s estimated that 463 exabytes of data will be created each day globally – that’s the equivalent of 212,765,957 DVDs per day!
What Happens in an Internet Minute
33 zettabytes in 2018 to 175 zettabytes in 2025
Explosion of Healthcare Data
Total amount of global healthcare data generated in 2013 and a projection for 2020*(in exabytes)
Source of healthcare data
One-Third of world's Data is Generated by Healthcare
30% of the entire world’s stored data is generated in the healthcare industry. Worth more than $300 billion annually in reduced costs alone.
HealthIOT - Will bring Massive amounts of Data
5th State of Matter - DATA
Physicists claim information is the fifth state of matter
Physicists claim information is the fifth state of matter. By 2245, half of Earth’s mass could be converted to digital bits
50% annual growth in the number of digital bits produced
The Information Catastrophe
"We produce ∼1021 digital bits of information annually on Earth"
"∼350 years from now, the number of bits produced will exceed the number of all atoms on Earth"
"∼500 years from now, digital content will account for more than half of Earth’s mass"
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What Happens in an Internet Minute? [2021 Statistics]
A lot happens every minute online. People are checking emails, sending text messages, buying something for their home, watching TikTok videos, and much, much more. And, in the last year, the time we've spent online has only increased. In fact, online content consumption nearly doubled in 2020 when compared to 2019.
Using It or Losing It? The Case for Data Scientists Inside Health Care
Health care needs to "own" its valuable data by investing in appropriate internal analytics functions - or risk ceding these data and their insights to outsiders.
Leveraging Data for Health Care Innovation | Market Insights | Center | AHA
As creators and aggregators of data, hospital and health systems are in a unique position to improve patient experience and outcomes, and reduce cost. By adopting a comprehensive data strategy, they can build a high-performance analytics infrastructure and use data for health care innovation to create more value for their patients and their communities.
Physicists claim information is the fifth state of matter. By 2245, half of Earth's mass could be converted to digital bits
All the matter that surrounds us exists either as a solid, liquid, gas, or plasma. But as our lives become increasingly digitized, more and more physical matter, such as oil, silicon, and carbon, is required to sustain our insatiable need for more computing power and information processing.
Healthcare Big Data and the Promise of Value-Based Care
This article appeared in NEJM Catalyst prior to the launch of the NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Delivery journal. Learn more. "Big data in healthcare" refers to the abundant health data amassed from numerous sources including electronic health records (EHRs), medical imaging, genomic sequencing, payor records, pharmaceutical research, wearables, and medical devices, to name a few.
How much data is generated each day?
And it's only going to increase. The entire digital universe is expected to reach 44 zettabytes (yes zettabytes) by 2020.