Data is everywhere, people generating data all the time. In my opinion, since we were born, we are been affected by different kinds of information and experiences could also be “data”. For instance, the potatoes sold with a lower price in a shop or the rating of a restaurant in our minds. We could deduce human behaviours from these data, and predict the result more precisely. When it comes to a huge amount of data, we call it “Big data”.
People are roughly divided into two categories – extrovert and introvert.
Most of us are in the middle, or depends on situations. Take myself as an example, I enjoy hanging out with people and not afraid of talking to passengers on the street. When I did man-on-the-street interviews for product development, I felt more excited than scared. However, I do need the time I spend with myself or talk deeply with close friends, which make me peaceful. Also, if I have to choose, I prefer the latter.
I believed many people have already watched Susan Cain’s speed ‘The power of introverts’ on TED.