Topic "Next-Gen Analytics Solutions"

Machine Learning Talent in Short Supply: Opportunity for Some, Crises for Others

Machine learning – a piece of the artificial intelligence constellation – holds a lot of promise for enterprises, enabling programs and algorithms to become ever more intelligent.  However, there’s one problem: even the best-educated humans need more learning before they can understand machine learning. Bob Hayes, a professional data scientist and keen observer of all... more

Doors Open Wide for Data Scientist Opportunities

If you work with data in any analysis capacity within your organization, you’re probably aware of the need for data science approaches to better communicate the meaningfulness of information to decision makers. However, data scientists are in short supply, and with the rapidly evolving state of artificial intelligence and machine learning, it’s unclear what skills... more

Bringing Dark Data Out into the Light

There’s been some chatter lately about the significance of “dark data,” and accompanying “dark analytics.” This usually pertains to the information that either exists in normally unreachable places, such as someone’s spreadsheet, or is formed as a result of analytics and cross-evaluation of existing data sources. For example, video captures of customers’ facial reactions while... more

Playing I Spy with your Data?

Try this: upload a recent photo of yourself to Google image search. I did that last week, and the result that came back was that I am a “person”. Which I guess is a compliment? I mean I wasn’t labeled a “lamp” or a “frog”. Image recognition is a hot topic now. It has practices... more