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Wise Practitioner – Predictive Analytics Interview Series: Jaya Mathew at Microsoft
 By: Steven Ramirez, Conference Chair, Predictive Analytics World for...
How to Pick a Winning March Madness Bracket
  Introduction In 2019, over 40 million Americans wagered...
Wise Practitioner – Predictive Analytics Interview Series: Anthony Alford at Genesys
 By: Luba Gloukhova, Founding Chair, Deep Learning World In...
Wise Practitioner – Predictive Analytics Interview Series: Vishal Hawa at The Vanguard Group
 By: Luba Gloukhova, Founding Chair, Deep Learning World In...

Industry News

Predictive Analytics Has a Future in Education

 In our world of rising costs and shrinking funds, a rising number of colleges are in real financial trouble. Institutes are deep in debt as they’ve borrowed heavily to fix aging infrastructure, keep up with competitors and lure students with state of the art amenities. In an increasingly competitive sector, education institutes need to develop

Making Better Predictions about Patient Health

   In the future, doctors will be better able to help us ward off illnesses by analyzing information buried in medical records. That effort will be greatly enhanced by the ability to access electronic medical records in...

Data analysis tools are essential for business growth

Midsize Insider :: Every department within a midsize business needs for data analysis tools. Whether one is considering IT, sales, customer service, or any other grouping, the collection and interpretation of data can improve products, interaction...

“Prediction Will be Hot”: Now Time to Validate the Forecast

 Toward the end of last year I suggested, predicted even, that prediction was going to be hot in our space in 2013. As we approach the halfway point of the year, it’s not a bad time to...

How to hire data scientists and get hired as one

 As you might have heard before if you read McKinsey reports, the New York Times or just about any technology news site, data scientists are in high demand. Heck, the Harvard Business Review called it the sexiest...

Predictive Analytics and Data Sharing Raise Civil Liberties Concerns

 Expanded rules for data sharing in the U.S. government will need more oversight as predictive algorithms are applied. Last winter, around the same time there was a huge row in Congress over the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and...

Treasury Department Using Advanced Analytics to Help Detect, Prevent Money-Laundering

 Technological advancements are helping financial institutions and law enforcement combat bank fraud and money laundering more efficiently, according to Jennifer Shaskey Calvery, director of the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network (FinCEN), a bureau of the U.S. Treasury Department....

Predictive Analytics Transforms Miami-Dade County

 Miami-Dade County has turned to predictive analytics to catch crooks, slash costs, improve transparency across agencies and provide better service for residents Over the last few years, government organizations have been squeezed from two sides: They’re under...

Obama Campaign Misjudged Mac Users Based On Orbitz’s Experience, Says Chief Data Scientist

  The Obama campaign’s chief data scientist Rayid Ghani will once again keynote at Predictive Analytics World in Chicago, June 10-13, 2013 Much has been written about the Obama campaign’s technological advantage in the last election and...

Obama Digital Team Heads to Private Sector

 Some of the key figures responsible for the digital strategy behind President Barack Obama’s successful 2012 campaign are taking their battle plans to the private sector. Joe Rospars, chief digital strategist for Obama’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns,...

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