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Data Science in Life

Click to learn more about author Steve Miller. Early last Spring, I was texted by a neighbor friend who asked if I’d be willing to chat with her regarding the pending college choice of her daughter. A top student at our suburban Chicago high school, the young woman had plans to become a physician, and […]

The Rise of the Enterprise Cloud Manager

Click to learn more about author Jay Chapel. There’s a growing job function among companies using public cloud: the Enterprise Cloud Manager. We recently did a study on users which showed that a growing proportion them have “cloud” or the name of their cloud provider such as “AWS” in their job title. This indicates a […]

How to Talk to Your CEO About Data Quality

Click to learn more about video blogger Scott Taylor. The Data Rants video blog series begins with host Scott Taylor “The Data Whisperer.”  The series covers some of the most prominent questions in Data Management such as Master Data, the difference between Master Data and MDM, “truth” versus “meaning” in data, Data Quality, and so […]

The Use and Abuse of Deep Learning for Image Recognition

Click to learn more about author Jasmine Morgan. From unlocking your phone to automatically tagging pictures on Facebook, deep learning enhances image recognition in multiple sectors. This is generally called computer vision, and it means that algorithms can see and understand images, much like humans. However, since computers operate using binary code, machine learning transforms images […]

The Power of Manufacturing Analytics

We got the power! Well, figuratively speaking. Manufacturers have the potential to be extremely powerful. Modern machinery – almost all of it – yields a tsunami of highly detailed data. The data can describe the function of the machine, errors that occur, how many things the machine built, how fast it built the things and […]

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