He said: “The real world is all about sequences. Even our perception — you’re not perceiving images, you’re perceiving sequences of images.
“So, time series data actually create our reality.”
Video processing, financial data, and medical diagnostic applications as everyday examples of time series already central to today’s society.
And although such constantly altered data streams can be unpredictable, analysing these data in real-time, and using them to anticipate future behaviour boasts the potential for further improving technology used every day.