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Podcast: Four Things the Machine Learning Industry Must Learn from Self-Driving Cars
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A Refresher on Continuous Versus Discrete Input Variables
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Podcast: Why Deep Learning Could Expedite the Next AI Winter
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PAW Preview Video: Evan Wimpey, Director of Strategic Analytics at Elder Research
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Predicting Success

 Many colleges are flirting with how to use predictive analytics to boost their graduation rates. But big data is often just a flashy way to spend money on reports aimed at administrators, argue the leaders of Civitas Learning. They say data science works best when converted to practical tools that faculty members, advisers and students

What does Business Intelligence integration with R really mean

  Do the BI vendors’ claims really stack up? “A little prediction goes a long way” wrote Eric Siegel in his popular Predictive Analytics book. True, predictive analytics is now part and parcel of most Business Intelligence...

KDNuggets 2014 Salary Survey (and 10 other salary surveys)

 Data Scientists Salary Survey shows that industry data scientists are in a sweet spot, especially in US, Canada, and Australia, with average salary $135K. European and Asian data scientists salaries are significantly lower. By Gregory Piatetsky, Mar...

P&C Reports Increase in Predictive Modeling: Towers Watson

 Predictive modeling use has increased in nearly every business line throughout P&C but is rarely leveraged across the enterprise. Following a growing trend in analytics, North American P&C insurers have increased predictive modeling use across the majority...

Develop your brilliant data scientists by going broad without crushing their egos

 Intelligence isn’t the only quality you want in a data scientist. Here’s how to ensure your team members develop their breadth of knowledge and become more effective. Reality TV is one of my guilty pleasures. I had...

Analytics: A Shot in the Arm for Healthcare

 Never mind the political push-back against the Affordable Care Act (ACA), aka Obamacare, it is steadily proving to be a blessing in disguise for healthcare analytics. Traditionally laggards in implementing information technology (IT) solutions, healthcare companies are...

The Right Data Can Sweeten Returns on Ad Investments

 All the data in the world won’t increase the return on your advertising expenses by itself, but some clever ideas from a San Francisco analytics conference might. In back-to-back presentations, attendees at Predictive Analytics World heard how...

6 Blackjack Lessons to Improve Your Marketing Analytics

 The game of  blackjack offers six important lessons for managers trying to make sense of marketing data, according to the man who crunches the numbers for Orbitz Worldwide. Sameer Chopra, vice president of advanced analytics for the...

I Predict: The Rise of Predictive Analytics

 You don’t have to be Nostradamus to predict that predictive analytics is going to become more and more important to digital marketers. Gartner sees an ongoing shift from analyzing historical descriptive data in aggregate to tell the...

Applications of Predictive Modeling in Drug Development

 Recently, various empirical and semi-empirical models embedded in different modeling tools have been developed and recognized for their role in predicting pharmacokinetics of drugs in humans. These models have also been used to evaluate the effects of...

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