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Derick.jose's Blog Posts Tagged 'IOT' (3)

Why Oxytocin, Dophamine & Adrenalin are key to creating engaging Data Products ?

Human behaviors, rituals & habits are the outcome of complex interplay of the environment and experiences they have been exposed to. These definitely play a big role in shaping our product interaction experience. All of us have intuitively understood the importance of "cognitive resonance" in the first 8 seconds we interact with a product and how that experience has subsequently shaped our outlook to our product. As…

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Added by derick.jose on November 27, 2016 at 10:00pm — 1 Comment

Why Data Scientists create poor Data Products ? ( And 5 things that can be done to change this )

As the consumer and industrial world gets massively digitized Data products are being baked into critical processes at a very high rate. These data products distill signals from massive torrent of human generated and machine generated data to drive a front line action . At this point we wanted to distinguish between 2 types of data products which we have seen in the market place

  1. Consumer Data…
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Added by derick.jose on November 9, 2014 at 1:30pm — 2 Comments

22 Non Statistical Questions for a Statistician

We have always believed that when the world of business collides with the world of math, magic unfolds. As these 2 worlds collide, it also presents a set of unique challenges - bridging the semantic language gap between business and math. Modelling complex business outcomes using math requires an interdisciplinary team consisting of business folks, data folks and math folks. While doing so business folks are always at a loss because a language chasm exists. Math folks love their ”geek…
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Added by derick.jose on June 17, 2014 at 2:00am — No Comments

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