Back in 2014, Gartner placed the field of prescriptive analytics at the beginning of the ‘Peak of Inflated Expectations’ in their Hype Cycle of Emerging… Read More »Prescriptive Analytics – The Final Frontier
I was hanging around the LinkedIn water cooler the other day, just minding my own business, when I came across this very interesting graphic (Figure… Read More »Using Design Thinking to Win the First and the Last Mile
In today’s data-driven reality, data warehouses are becoming increasingly crucial for companies in all sectors. Yet despite the hours and cash poured into them, some 80% of… Read More »Most data warehouse projects fail. Here’s how not to.
Artificial Intelligence has a long history of oscillating between two somewhat contradictory poles. On one side, exemplified by Noam Chomsky, Marvin Minsky, Seymour Papert, and… Read More »Where Semantics and Machine Learning Converge
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A labyrinth is a structure in the inner ear. The use of the term labyrinthology might sometimes relate to this part of the human anatomy. … Read More »Using Labyrinthology to Study the Progression of Experiences
A new study evaluates ML models that classify fake news from fact. The best models can only achieve up to 77.2% accuracy. AI will… Read More »Machine Learning and the Challenge of Predicting Fake News
The benefits of 5G – delivering super-fast, low-latency broadband to consumers, wirelessly, wherever they are – promises to revolutionise the way we interact with one… Read More »Will 5G Bring the Death of Brick and Mortar Banking?