Category Archives: Big Data Analytics

2018 Predictions for AI, Big Data, and Analytics

A recent Forrester Research report, Predictions 2018: The Honeymoon For AI Is Over, predicts that in 2018 enterprises will finally move beyond the hype to recognize that AI requires hard work—planning, deploying, and governing it correctly. But Forrester also promises improvements: … Continue reading

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Jim Goodnight: Thriving on Big Data Analytics

Artificial intelligence and machine learning are considered the new new thing but Jim Goodnight sets the record straight: “That’s exactly what we have been doing in statistics for years and years. We just call it building a model where these … Continue reading

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Moshe Yanai: Re-Thinking the Big Data Box

Moshe Yanai has been re-thinking the box for more than 40 years, inventing new configurations of the large containers in which we keep the data generated by our constantly expanding digital lives. Data is eating the world and Yanai has … Continue reading

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From Big Data Analytics to AI: Vodafone and Celonis Mine Data to Improve Business Processes

What if you could put your company through an MRI scanner to get a detailed picture of how well your processes work, see the bottlenecks, and understand the causes of delays, unnecessary costs, and lost productivity? Read the rest of … Continue reading

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What’s the Big Data?

Source: CSC

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Top Data Science, Big Data, and Deep Learning Tools and Programming Languages

Source: The 18th annual KDnuggets Software Poll

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Data is Eating the World: 163 Trillion Gigabytes Will Be Created in 2025

Source: Data Age 2025

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