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  • Our guest today

  • is amazing.

  • I could memorizeThree Hundred Tang Poems.”

  • You know

  • the nicknames of all the 108 heroes

  • inWater Margin.”

  • I could even memorize

  • the constellations of the 108 heroes.

  • ThePrince of Folk Songs

  • just stands

  • beside Mr. Sa.

  • We had to withdraw although we wanted to recover the Central Plains.

  • Good.

  • He’s Mei Hong,

  • an academician of CAS and

  • the Vice President of BIT.

  • From a young man who loved culture and arts

  • to the leader in the big data field,

  • he’s witnessed the development of informatization in China.

  • I searched

  • ladders online.

  • Before long,

  • the ads of different ladders popped up.

  • I even got

  • some ads of lifts.

  • That’s why

  • some pushes are stupid.

  • What is big data?

  • Big data means

  • a large amount of data.

  • It’s wrong.

  • Online shopping,

  • navigation

  • and finding and killing Osama Bin Laden

  • are based on big data.

  • What’s the use of big data?

  • Can big data analyze stock accurately?

  • Can I get rich

  • by learning big data?

  • Big data

  • is the new engine

  • for economic transformation and growth.

  • What will our life

  • look like in 2020?

  • Realize a well-off society in an all-round way.

  • This is the special series ofVoice,”

  • Foresight in 2020.”

  • Win the college entrance examination and boost the future.

  • Hello, dear audience.

  • This isVoice,”

  • China’s first TV show offering open lectures to the young

  • exclusively sponsored by Yingding Education,

  • the advocate of intelligent education

  • in college entrance examination.

  • I’m your host, Sa Beining.

  • Welcome.

  • Extract plant essence

  • to scientifically supplement both qi and blood.

  • Thanks to Yunnan Baiyao Qixuekang Liquid

  • that is a good choice for staying up

  • for the great support to the program.

  • It’s the first time

  • in five years

  • that we have changed

  • a new stage background.

  • Do you like it?

  • Yes.

  • The new stage

  • carries the new content.

  • Weve specially designed

  • a new series,

  • Foresight in 2020”.

  • What will our life

  • look like in 2020?

  • To what extent

  • will our country and nation

  • develop by 2020?

  • All this depends on

  • every step

  • we take today.

  • Our guest today

  • is amazing.

  • He

  • beats his peers

  • hollow

  • at literature.

  • He can even recite

  • Three Hundred Tang Poemsbackwards fluently.

  • Moreover, he peruses kung fu novels

  • and knows well the master-apprentice relationships

  • in different schools.

  • Allegedly, he’s thoroughly

  • familiar withWater Margin

  • and knows well

  • the nicknames and features of

  • the 108 heroes.

  • Don’t get me wrong.

  • Our guest isn’t

  • engaged in literature.

  • Instead, he’s

  • a pure and pute science geek.

  • He studies

  • big data.

  • Big data

  • permeates

  • in our life.

  • For example,

  • I searched household ladder

  • online some time ago.

  • Before long,

  • the ads of

  • different ladders

  • popped up

  • when I watched the news

  • on the website.

  • Maybe it was because of

  • big data.

  • Our guest today

  • can dispel my doubts.

  • Why did

  • the ads of different ladders

  • pop up before me for a long time?

  • Let’s applaud to welcome our guest,

  • Mr. Mei Hong,

  • an academician of CAS

  • and the Vice President of BIT.

  • Welcome.

  • Hello, Mr. Mei.

  • Hello.

  • Welcome.

  • Hello, Beining.

  • Please.

  • Thank you all.

  • Please be seated.

  • Mr. Mei,

  • it’s said that you know

  • the nicknames of all the 108 heroes.

  • I’ve forgotten almost all of it.

  • Wu Song?

  • Pilgrim.

  • Song Jiang?

  • Protector of Justice.

  • He has several nicknames.

  • Timely Rain.

  • What kind of tiger

  • does Wu Song slay on Jingyang Ridge?

  • It should be South China Tiger.

  • Why?

  • The northeast wasn’t included

  • in the territory of the Song Dynasty.

  • It’s the association of another data.

  • Well,

  • I could even memorize

  • the constellations of the 108 heroes

  • when I was a middle school student.

  • I was interested in it.

  • How about their blood types?

  • The novel doesn’t record it.

  • I was willing to memorize these things.

  • I could memorizeThree Hundred Tang Poems.”

  • I still liked it in college.

  • I ran a poetsclub

  • and a literary club.

  • When I gave a lecture one day,

  • I suddenly changed my thought.

  • I majored in computing.

  • I didn’t need to memorize

  • many things.

  • My cranial capacity is limited.

  • I can’t memorize so many things.

  • So I didn’t

  • memorize things gradually.

  • I focused on

  • abstract logical ability.

  • If I think the computer

  • can help me do something,

  • I’ll give it up.

  • I won’t do it.

  • I just gave an example.

  • I searched ladders online,

  • and then my phone

  • was glutted with the ads of adders.

  • Is it a reflection of

  • the application of big data?

  • The technical term

  • is programmed data trading.

  • Behind it

  • is the push mode

  • formed by computer programs

  • after data interconnection and sharing.

  • It’s fully automatic.

  • Yeah.

  • It’s not artificial.

  • That’s why

  • some pushes are stupid.

  • Something that we don’t want is also pushed.

  • Right.

  • I even got some ads of lifts.

  • Yeah.

  • What’s

  • the problem?

  • When you browse a website,

  • do you agree to

  • push your data?

  • Theoretically,

  • shopping is your privacy data,

  • but to conveniently

  • shop online,

  • you have to

  • upload your data.

  • It’s like news push today.

  • After we read some news

  • on military affairs

  • Yes.

  • or

  • a certain event of sports,

  • well find that

  • there seems nothing else in the world.

  • It’s all about sports.

  • The same kind of thing is pushed.

  • It’s an intuitive feeling

  • brought by

  • the application of big data today.

  • It’s convenient,

  • but now

  • the intelligent

  • push technology

  • has a lot to learn.

  • Big data

  • is an interesting concept.

  • I dare say that

  • many people don’t

  • understand big data accurately.

  • What exactly is accurate big data?

  • What is the status of big data

  • in China now

  • and its future development strategy?

  • Mr. Mei will tell us

  • all this today.

  • Next,

  • I’ll leave the stage to Mr. Mei.

  • Let’s give Mr. Mei a big hand.

  • Thank you, Beining.

  • It’s a great honor to be here.

  • It’s a new stage.

  • This is the first episode of

  • Foresight in 2020.”

  • I’d like to

  • begin with a figure.

  • A figure

  • will occur in 2020.

  • What’s it?

  • 44ZB.

  • It’s a term

  • to describe

  • computing speed

  • and storage capacity.

  • B means

  • byte.

  • What does ZB mean?

  • The 21st power of 10.

  • I’ll draw an analogy,

  • and you can do the math.

  • We listen to songs every day.

  • A 3-minute song

  • will take 10M

  • if it’s recorded in Mp3.

  • If the memory space is Z,

  • how long does it take to listen to all songs?

  • More than 800 million years.

  • It’s a prediction

  • in 2020

  • given by IDC.

  • Let’s look back.

  • What was the global

  • data volume in 2003?

  • 5 million T.

  • What’s T?