Guest blog by: Bart Baesens, Véronique Van Vlasselaer and Wouter Verbeke
The importance and need for effective fraud detection and prevention systems is highlighted by some…Continue
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Summary: Higher education has been a little slow on the uptake to use advanced analytics to improve student success but now with the technology that allows us to marry and analyze structured and unstructured data, including streaming data, a number of successful…Continue
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Summary: Time-to-Action can indeed be real time. Time-to-Insight, the original discovery and testing of the pattern are faster now but not likely ever to be real time.
Recently I’ve been making my way through the literature about “real time analytics”, “in-stream analytics”, and “in-memory analytics”. These are all category names created by…Continue
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Guest blog and great infographic from our friends at DataCamp.com
Nowadays, the data science field is hot, and it is unlikely that this will change in the near future. While a data driven approach is finding its way into all facets of business, companies are fiercely fighting for the best data analytic skills that are available in the market, and salaries for data science roles are going in overdrive.
Companies’ increased focus on acquiring data science talent goes…Continue
I try to keep my eye out for articles written by data scientists in other countries, especially those we don’t hear from all that often. What I’m looking for is any difference in perspective about our field. Are the approaches to data problem solving colored by some cultural…Continue
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Guest blog shared by Stefan Kingham at Medigo.com
This infographic displays data from The Economist Intelligence Unit’s ‘Healthcare Outcomes Index 2014’, which took into account a number of diverse and complex factors to produce a ranking of the world’s best-performing countries in healthcare (outcome).
In order to produce a rounded set of outcome rankings, the EIU used basic factors like life expectancy and infant mortality…Continue
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Perhaps you thought as I did that Watson was all about deep learning. That’s not quite right. As Will Knight describes in his recent article IBM Pushes Deep Learning with a Watson Upgrade…Continue