I've seen a lot of the same. Structured data is
providing more insight in this phase of knowledge development than unstructured.
I think that will change after enough structured data becomes available.
People will want to mine context as well as data, and discrete knowledge will
be needed for that.
How that discrete knowledge gets represented, processed,
and applied to problems cost effectively will determine the industry, IMHO.
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