Knowledge is power. In post-capitalism, power comes from transmitting information to make it productive, not hiding it.
- Peter Drucker
Invisible information is about unlocking information which is already there but may not be obvious or in other words making the invisible visible. Invisible information often has huge potential for its analysis value and the significant insights it can reveal. This invisible information may take the form of patterns or trends which have gone unnoticed or haven’t been evaluated before.
This is a great story about the use of invisible information. In this case with scientists attempting to learn more about the planet's future climate by using data from the past 150 years to reconstruct weather patterns.