When Something Is “Unprecedented,” How “Rare” Is It?
It’s a sad, hard truth that Big Data is biased.
Lies, Damn Lies, and Covid Statistics
Writing about bad analytics in the age of Covid is easy; embarrassingly easy. Since Lone Star has published several assessments around the epidemic, we’ve had our share of problems. As 2021 comes to an end, it seems worth looking back over the last two years…
Opportunities and Problems with Digital Twins | Part Three: Barriers and Business Models
So far, this series has discussed the problems of confusion about different kinds of digital twins and other ways they generate value. This final installment considers a separate issue. Like many technology offerings, there are interesting relationships between business models to capture the value and…
Opportunities and Problems with Digital Twins | Part Two: Definition – What Can I Do With This?
Ways to Use Digital Twins This is part two of a three-part series on digital twins. In part one, we listed some of the definitions of digital twins and how they can be constructed. That leaves a more important question, “what can I do with…
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