Major Characteristics of Data Mining Strategy and Visual Analytics

With all the massive amounts of data we are collecting from the Internet, well, it is just amazing the things we can do with it all. Of course, those concerned about privacy, well, you can understand why organizations like the Electronic Freedom Foundation is often fit to be tied. Still, think of all the good that can become of all this data? Let me explain.

You see, with the right use of visual analytics and various data mining strategies, we will be able to do nearly anything we need too. And, yes, I guess it goes without saying that I have a ton of thoughts on Visual Analytics of the Internet, Mobile Ad Hoc networking, and Social Networks along with some concepts for DARPAs plan for "crowd sourcing" innovation, it makes perfect sense to me, as each participant becomes basically a "neuron" and we use the natural neural network scheme.

What we need is a revolution in data mining visual analytics, so the other day I spent 20-minutes considering this and here are my thoughts. I propose an entirely new concept herein. Okay so let me explain my concept. But first let me briefly describe the bits and pieces of ideas and concepts I borrowed from to come up with this;

  1. There is an only UFO or Sci Fi tale I read, where the alien race said; "There is a whole new world waiting for you if you dare to take it,"
  2. Taking the "it" part of that line and calling "it" = "IT" as in Information Technologies.
  3. Next, combining that "IT" or "It entity" with that old Christian apocalyptic "mark of the beast" and the old computer system in Belgium 30-years ago claiming to be big enough to track every world transaction, also nick-named the beast.
  4. Then combining that concept with V. Bush's concept of "recording a life" or the later "life log theory" from Bell Labs.
  5. Then using the concept of the eRepublic, where government is nothing more than a networked website.
  6. Then considering the thought of Bill Gate's concepts in "the Road Ahead" where the digital nervous system of a corporation was completely and fully integrated.
  7. Combined with SAPs, and Oracles enterprise solutions
  8. Combined with Google's data bases
  9. Combined with the Pangaea Project for kids to collaborate in elementary school around the world and programming the AI computer, using a scheme designed by Carnegie Mellon to crowd source the teaching of an AI system. "eLearning Collaborative Networks like Quorum or Pangaea"
  10. Combined with IBMs newest mind map visualization recently in the news..
  11. Combined with these following thoughts of mine:
  • My Book; "The Future of Truck Technologies," and 3D and 4D Transportation Computer Modeling; Page; 201.
  • My Book; "Holographic Technologies," specifically; Data Visualization Schemes; Page 57 Chapter 5.
  • My Article on 3D and 4D Mind Maps for Tracking and Analyzing.
  • My Article on Mind Maps of the Future and Online style Think Tanks
  • My Article on Stair Step Mentorship for Human Learning in the Future and Never Aging Societies.

Okay now let me explain the premise of my concept for Visual Analytics;

First, forget this whole idea of a 2D mind mapping concept or chart used to show links between terrorist players, cells, assets, acquaintances, etc., the way it is laid out currently - make it 3D, actually make it 4D and 5D where some layers can only be seen by a select few, and let's say a 6D level that can only be accessed by an AI super computer [why; because I don't trust humans, they can't be trusted, i.e. WikiLeak, leaker for instance].

Next ALL the data is stored within in the sphere. But to access the data on the outer side of the sphere, picture Earth's surface, the ball or sphere (with grids like a map of the globe) rolls around on a giant grid paper. When you want to look at a particular event, person, subject, or whatever, a particular point on the sphere's grid touches a corresponding point on the grid paper it rolls on, the grid paper it rolls on can wrap around and morph itself to the sphere or contour itself so the next corresponding piece of information on the surface can be accessed, rolling or spinning.

Picture a selectric typewriter ball on a shaft as a 2D model to consider this, now make it all 3D in your mind, and the paper molds around the sphere as it accesses, or in the case of a selectric typewriter it types. Now the Sphere is hollow inside containing layers, just like the earth, crust, mantel, and core. Information goes deep or across, every piece of information is connected, think about the earliest string theory models for this.

Great thing about my visualization concept is I believe all this math exists, even though in reality string theory is mostly bunk, but the math to get there makes this possible. As the information goes deep, think about the iPad touch screen, or the Microsoft restaurant "menu on a table" concept, or the depictions of Minority Reports, moving of the screens by way of motion gestures, I believe Lockheed also has this concept up and running for air-traffic control systems, prototype versions, perhaps the military is already using it, as it has massive applications for the net centric battle space visualization too.

Okay so, some levels go through a frame-burst scenario taking you into another level, where the data generally stored at the almost infinite number of grid points and cross connected to every other is nothing more than a nucleus with additional data spinning around it. But the user cannot access all that information, without clearances, the AI system has access to all of it, while a sorting system is a series of search features within search features, with non-linked data also. You can't break into it; it's not connected to the users' interface at all, think of the hidden data as electrons unattached around the data. The data is known to exist but cannot be accessed that would be the 5D level, and 6D level no human may get too, but the data exists.

You know that surfer dude in Hawaii that came up with the "Grand Theory of the Universe" why not use his model for our visualization, in spherical form, again, the mathematics for all this already exists.

You see, what I need is a way to find people like me, I want to find these thinkers and innovators to take it all to the next level, and if the visualization is there, we can find; The Good Guys, Bad Guys, and the Future all at once. Why do I want a "Neural Network" visualization system in a sphere? It seems to me that this is how the brain does things, and what we are doing here is creating a Collective Brain, using each individual assigned to an "ever-expanding" unit of data, along a carrier or flow.

Remember when Microsoft Labs came out with that really cool way to travel through the Universe and look at all the celestial bodies along the way, using all the Hubble Pictures collected? It's kind of like that, you travel to the information, discover as you travel and it piques your curiosity as you go triggering your own brain waves, and splashing the users minds with chemical rewards as they go, as they discover more information, expanding their understanding as well, it just seems to me this is how it all works anyway.

Think of that old Sci Fiction concept where the Earth and our solar system are merely an atom of a chemical compound within a cell of the human body, all we can see is all the other compounds around us because everything is so small, thus, we cannot see the whole picture and what appears to be an entire universe would only be a few thousand cells close enough for us to see. And time itself is slow, as the electrons or planets moving around the atom appears to take a year to circle the nucleus instead of 10,000 times a second.

So, combining all these types of thoughts, this is how I envision how the future visualization tools would work.

Now then, using the whole concept of connecting the dots for information or even building an AI search feature scouring the system at speeds of terabytes a second, the AI computer can become the innovator, thanks to the user asking the question, and all the neurons (individual humans) with all their data putting in the information. You just need the best questions, you get instance answers.

Okay so, take this concept one step further; the AI super computer's operation is a "brain wave" and that brain wave is assigned a number, you can have as many brain waves, as the internet has IP addresses, with whatever scheme for that you choose. And your query can search the former queries too. The user's questions are as important as the data itself.

Thus, it helps us find the innovators, the question askers, once we know that, we have the opportunity for unlimited instant knowledge. Data visualization can take us there, and it removes all the fog of uncertainty, and answers most all the questions we could ever hope to ask, and comes up with its own questions as well. Does this make sense?

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