The amount of data that is being created in today’s age is almost incomprehensible.
It’s estimated that in just the last two years that 90% of the world’s data has been created.
Machine learning and artificial intelligence isn’t exactly new. In fact, artificial intelligence was a term used in a 1956 research paper by John McCarthy, a math professor at Dartmouth.
You've probably heard of the terms El Niño and La Niña but what are the causes of these climate phenomenas and what do they have to do with global commodity markets?
To put it bluntly, only a few degrees change in Pacific ocean temperatures can devastatingly shift global weather patterns from Australia to South Africa to Brazil and many places in between.