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In 2009, Alexander S. White, a former Universal Music Group intern, co-founded a company...
In the data audit process, canned routines are programmed that can provide analytics practitioners with their first glimpse regarding data quality. Three canned programming routines look at the following: A random sample of 100 records Data Diagnostics and Meta-data reports that look at missing values, unique values as well as a variety of statistical diagnostics […]
In anticipation of her upcoming conference presentation at Predictive Analytics World Healthcare in Boston, “Developing a Mortality Prediction Model for Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC),” we asked Linda Miner, Ph.D., Professor at Southern Nazerene University, a few questions about her work in predictive analytics. Q: What clinical outcomes do your models predict? A: We would like […]
(Part 6 (of 11) of the Top 10 Data Mining Mistakes, drawn from the Handbook of Statistical Analysis and Data Mining Applications) -John Elder (email@example.com) I often evaluate promising investment systems, for possible implementation. In one, a Ph.D. consultant, with a couple of books under his belt, had prepared a neural network model for a […]
In anticipation of his upcoming conference keynote at Predictive Analytics World Healthcare in Boston, “Big Data and Clinical Decision Support,” we asked Marty Kohn, M.D., Chief Medical Scientist at Jointly Health, a few questions about his work in predictive analytics. Q: In your work with predictive analytics, what area of healthcare are you focused on […]
What if predictive analytics could help prevent acts of terrorism? With so much at stake, should the government responsibly monitor data surveillance? If data privacy surveillance is the route to take, how should the government implement this? These provoking questions are brought to mind in an article posted on The Guardian. The article, “Little Privacy […]
In anticipation of his upcoming conference keynote at Predictive Analytics World Boston, “Problems, then Techniques, then Toys. Keeping Your Predictive Analytics Right-side Up,” we asked John Foreman, Chief Scientist at MailChimp, a few questions about his work in predictive analytics. Q: In your work with predictive analytics, what behavior do your models predict? A: At […]
Interviewing Eric Siegel on the radio, a Hollywood big wig introduced predictive analytics as insidious, ominous, very manipulative, Machiavellian, and Orwellian; “Big Brother is watching you.” Siegel countered with how prediction is good for the world. 15 minute radio clip: On The Marilu Henner Show (national radio), Hollywood writer/director Ken Levine (MASH, The Simpsons, Cheers) […]