字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Our guest today is amazing. I could memorize “Three Hundred Tang Poems.” You know the nicknames of all the 108 heroes in “Water Margin.” I could even memorize the constellations of the 108 heroes. The “Prince 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 of “Voice,” “Foresight in 2020.” Win the college entrance examination and boost the future. Hello, dear audience. This is “Voice,” 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. We’ve 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 Poems” backwards fluently. Moreover, he peruses kung fu novels and knows well the master-apprentice relationships in different schools. Allegedly, he’s thoroughly familiar with “Water 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 memorize “Three Hundred Tang Poems.” I still liked it in college. I ran a poets’ club 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, we’ll 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.