For a few years now I have been saying that the big market opportunity is in curating data to make it more usable and accessible. This quote from Stephen Wolfram, Founder of Wolfram Alpha, describes the opportunity well.
"One of the objectives is we’re dealing with curating the world. Curating the world involves knowing all the chemicals that exist and things like that. It also involves knowing all the programming languages that exist and being able to interface with those things, and knowing all the connected devices that exist and being able to interface with those kinds of things as well. It’s really using the same meta methodology but applied to all these different areas."
This quote comes from a very interesting article in Venture Beat, "How Stephen Wolfram plans to reinvent data science & make wearables useful (interview)". Well worth reading in its entirety.