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Wise Practitioner – Manufacturing Predictive Analytics Interview Series: Carlos Cunha at Robert Bosch, LLC

 In anticipation of his upcoming Predictive Analytics World for Manufacturing conference presentation, Manufacturing Analytics at Scale:  Data Mining and Machine Learning inside Bosch, we interviewed Carlos Cunha, Senior Data Scientist at Robert Bosch, LLC. View the Q-and-A below to see how Carlos Cunha has incorporated predictive analytics into manufacturing at Robert Bosch, LLC. Also, glimpse what’s in store for the PAW Manufacturing conference. Q: What are the challenges in translating the lessons of predictive analytics from other verticals into manufacturing? A: One of the biggest challenges is in level of accuracy needed. In e-commerce and social networking applications, 80% accuracy might be very

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