Data Intelligence, Business Analytics
I was reading the 2004 edition of "Computer Science Handbook", published by Chapman & All/CRC, in collaboration with the ACM association. It has 2,752 pages, weights 5.8 pounds according to Amazon.com, and has a 56-page index with about 6,000 keywords. Yet naive Bayes and logistic regression are not listed, just to mention 2 popular data mining keywords.
It is incredibly surprising, in the 21-st century, to see that disciplines such as data mining, computer sciences, and statistics appear to be almost totally separated by a wall which in several ways reminds me of the the Berlin Wall.
Integration of techniques from various fields into a common knowledge will be one of the major drivers of scientific progress in the next 20 years.