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Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence: Not New Concepts for the Data Science Practitioner
 Economic disruption is a reality which has been a...
Interview: The Institute of Business Forecasting & Planning Talks to Dr. Eric Siegel
  Dr. Eric Siegel cuts through the buzzwords surrounding...
Investment Modeling Grounded In Data Science
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Some Thoughts On Being a Data Science Entrepreneur in a Disruptive Economy
 The movie “Being There” may seem like an odd...

Big Data

When Should You Send Marketing Emails? Data Science FTW

 Chief Data Scientist John Foreman will be presenting at Predictive Analytics World Boston (Oct 5 – 9) on “Problems, then Techniques, then Toys. Keeping Your Predictive Analytics Right-side Up.” When we think “data science,” most of the headlines that come to mind are tales of the creepy and the overreaching. And unless you’re Tommy Wiseau,

Big Data 101: Colleges are hoping predictive analytics can fix their graduation rates

  Welcome to college, freshmen. Now look at the neighbor on your left, and the neighbor on your right. One of the three of you won’t be here at graduation. Decades ago, colleges would start off freshmen...

Big Data NOAA embraces the business of big data

 The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration generated some buzz with its February RFI seeking solutions for how to make its 20 terabytes of daily data available quickly and at scale. Now sharing only about 10 percent of...

What’s machine learning? It depends on who you ask

  As interest in machine learning has grown, its definition has expanded to include a panoply of techniques for automating knowledge and pattern discovery from fresh data Data scientists are professionals who use the most appropriate tools...

Tell Your Kids to be Data Scientists, Not Doctors

 Recently I had the pleasure of being interviewed by John Phillips at CNBC about our data scientist salary study. His article, Why Your Kids Will Want to be Data Scientists, was published at the end of May, and...

The Myth of the Mythical Unicorn

  Many have claimed recently that multifaceted data scientists are mythical beings, as impossible to find as unicorns. This itself is a myth, and a dangerous one at that. Hype is cyclic. A new idea excites people,...

Microsoft Adds Predictive Forecasting To Office 365

 Microsoft promised to bring analytics to a billion screens last February when it finally launched Power BI for Office 365. Starting this week, Office 365 users will be able to do both data mining and predictive forecasting....

Social Security to step up fraud detection with predictive analytics

 Two major fraud incidents in the past year have spurred the Social Security Administration to step up its fraud detection and prevention efforts through the use of better analytics. The result is a  fraud prevention unit dedicated...

Five Ways Companies Can Compete Using Big Data and Analytics

 Big data is just that–big–and it’s getting bigger. According to the research firm IDC, the worldwide big data technology and services market will grow at a 27 percent compounded annual rate, to exceed $32 billion by 2017....

The Great Analytical Divide: Data Scientist vs. Value Architect

 In the analytics space, it is quite common for many organizations to have a team of data miners who are now referred to as data scientists and a team of business users who are often referred to...

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