I assist enterprises by driving data-driven approaches into their operations, developing market-aware products that learn from data, and encouraging data-smart cultures among the c-suite of executives. I have had the privilege to work with many…Continue
Turning something raw into something industrially valuable has always required 2 things; science and engineering. The science is our attempt to explain and predict…Continue
Skills, skills, skills!!! Which ones should I learn? Which ones do I need to land the job, to impress the client, to prepare for the future, to stay relevant? What programming languages should I learn? What technologies should I master? What business books should I read? Is there a course I can take, or a…Continue
We are currently witnessing a land rush of investment in Big Data architectures promising companies that they can turn their data into gold using the latest in distributed computing and advanced analytical methods. Although there is indeed much potential in applying machine learning and statistical…Continue
Data Science is often brought to companies as a potential game changer. An investment that may pay off if the company's data can be leveraged to provide insight and gain a competitive edge. But bringing analytical offerings to organizations as a "maybe solution" to their pain points misses the mark. Data science is today's answer to our most pressing enterprise and socially innovative challenges given the data-driven nature of our markets and society as a whole. If an investment in data…Continue
As humans, we navigate our lives largely by the recognition of patterns. These patterns include the sound of a mother’s voice, the appearance of a dangerous animal or poisonous food, the familiarity of kin, and the attraction to potential mates. Accurate pattern recognition is key to an animal’s survival and progress, and has allowed humans to become the socially complex and advanced species we are today.
It should come as no surprise that…Continue
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