For reasons listed above, unstructured data offers a huge opportunity for Deep Learning and hence AI. As per Bernard Marr writing in Forbes : “The vast majority of the data available to most organizations is unstructured – call logs, emails, transcripts, video and audio data which, while full of valuable insights, can’t easily be universally formatted into rows and columns to make quantitative analysis straightforward. With advances in fields such as image recognition, sentiment analysis and natural language processing, this information is starting to give up its secrets, and mining it will become increasingly big business in 2017.” I very much agree to this. In practise, this will mean enhancing the features of ERP and Datawarehousing systems through Cognitive systems.
I need twelve good men, I can only find eleven.
And there are six young lions,
I'm still waiting for number seven.
I may be living down here on earth,
But I am living for heaven.
I got a woman I'm in love with,
There's no need to say her name.
And no matter what happens, baby,
I'm gonna love you just the same.
Your love is like seeing an angel from heaven,
Love is so hard to explain.
I got this black leather jacket
The one I've had through all my youth.
I got these dark sunglasses
I feel just like William Booth.
Don't ask me nothin' 'bout nothin'
I just might tell you the truth.
In relation to the UK curriculum, in 2013 the term: "appropriate musical notations " was added to their list of elements and the title of the list was changed from the "elements of music" to the "inter-related dimensions of music". The inter-related dimensions of music are listed as: pitch, duration, dynamics, tempo, timbre, texture, structure and appropriate musical notations. 
If you read clearly, it’s not in order, just numbered like that.
Couple big challenges with big resources and Google offers unprecedented research opportunities.