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Why AI Isn’t Going to Replace Data Scientists Any Time Soon
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“Doing AI” Is a Mistake that Detracts from Real Problem-Solving
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Don’t Worry, Big Data Hasn’t Jumped the Shark Yet

 It seems Big Data is currently persona non grata. In the last week, a headline in The New York Times asked “Is Big Data an Economic Big Dud?” and, based on some (perhaps mis-interpreted) sentiments in the most recent spate of Gartner Hype Cycle reports, an AllThingsD headline declared “Think Big Data Is All Hype? You’re Not

From Machines to Crops to Animals: Big Data Turns Traditional Farming Upside Down

 The agricultural industry has seen many changes in the past 100 years. Since the birth of the industrial agriculture in 1900, we have moved forward to the era of digital enhanced agriculture where everything that is done...

What is Predictive Analytics?

 Every business has a treasure trove of data, from customer and transaction information to manufacturing and shipping statistics. The key is figuring out how to use past data to better the business’ future. One strategy is for...

The Latest Trend in Marketing

 How powerful would it be for marketers to know what their customers are going to do before they actually do it? To predict how they would react to certain messages and offers, or to intervene just before...

NBA Moneyball: The Celtics have hired a 23-year-old stats wunderkind to advise coach Brad Stevens

 NBA Moneyball: The Celtics have hired a 23-year-old stats wunderkind to advise coach Brad Stevens By: Kelly Dwyer, Editor, Ball Don’t Lie Originally published at Yahoo! Boston Celtics general manager Danny Ainge made a calculated gamble in...

Chatting with your Computer: How the iPhone’s Siri Compares with IBM’S Watson

 IBM’s Watson computer, which defeated the two all-time human champs on the TV quiz show Jeopardy! in 2011, is a glowing example of the heights achievable by predictive analytics. This is a machine that answers questions—about any...

Numbers Game: Will Predictive Analytics Decide September’s Federal Election?

 A week after November’s United States presidential election and Nate Silver was everywhere. Already an established member of the American political commentariat via his blog FiveThirtyEight.com, Silver’s name went into the stratosphere after he correctly predicted the...

Why Data Analysts Can Peer Into Your Future

 Today, data is BIG: It disrupts, defines, and determines a spate of outcomes, from elections to medical treatments. Data “embodies a priceless collection of experience from which to learn,” according to Siegel. “Every medical procedure, credit application,...

Orbitz Finds a More Efficient Route to Updated Price Quotes

 The travel company cuts costs, improves pricing accuracy and speeds page loads. Travel booking and comparison shopping web site Orbitz Worldwide is making a case for hiring staff with math skills. With a statistical analysis, its hotels...

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...

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