Our employee Matthias Reuber recently told the Westfalenpost about the opportunities and risks he sees in digitisation as part of the „Zukunftsrauschen”. For him, there is no part in our everyday life where digitalisation has not yet arrived. He identifies a new way of dealing with communication, data and media, which intervenes in all areas of everyday life. Be it in medical care or in school lessons, today’s society cannot do without digitisation. Hence Reuber’s wish that all people be taken along and to fully exploit the advantages that digitisation brings in their own context. But even for a trained data analyst like Matthias Reuber, the lack of transparency in some areas is a point of criticism. For example, if something is googled with the mobile phone and suitable advertising is displayed directly on the computer.
The project „Zukunftsrauschen“ is a series of the Westfalenpost in which 99 people, experts in their field, look to the future. The topics are manifold, from environment to leisure or health to the topic of digitisation, there is something in many directions. You can read the whole article here here, and there is also a video of part of the conversation here!
statmath GmbH has been dealing with machine and consumer data for several years now and works with various methods to get the most out of recorded data. statmath GmbH is not concerned with individual data records, but with recognising patterns from large amounts of data and making them usable. In keeping with the credo „from Big Data to Smart Data”.