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Advanced Analytics | Analytics
Tuba Islam 0
Passion and Trust: Improving Developer’s Experience for the Rise of the Analytics Economy

To have a strong position in the analytics economy, the applications for high performance analytics need to be accessible and embeddable. Therefore, developer experience is becoming more and more important. Analytics developers have become the new customers for many technology organisations. Their experience influence decisions and shape the way analytics is

Angela Hall 0
OLAP Cube Developer Access Required in 9.2

For OLAP Cube Developers to gain access to SAS 9.2, two items: 1. Authorizing Access to SAS OLAP Servers from SAS "Users of SAS OLAP Cube Studio need readMetadata and writeMetadata permissions. To read and update the authorizations for SAS OLAP Servers, follow these steps: 1.Open SAS Management Console.

Paul Gittins 0
Does your choice of coding language matter?

I can still remember the emergence in the 1990s of Java as a universal and largely open-sourced programming language. Some observers believed it would signal the eventual demise of proprietary languages such as C, Fortran and Cobol. Current surveys, however, and there are many, confirm that plenty of people continue

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Suneel Grover 0
SAS Customer Intelligence 360: A look inside the black box of machine learning [Part 2]

In part one of this blog posting series, we introduced machine learning models as a multifaceted and evolving topic. The complexity that gives extraordinary predictive abilities also makes these models challenging to understand. They generally don’t provide a clear explanation, and brands experimenting with machine learning are questioning whether they

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Students & Educators
Andreas Becks 0
AI and the fear for your job: How an emotional debate can become a factual and constructive discussion

Will AI dramatically accelerate the division of our society into the “elite” and the “worried rest”? For example, will there be highly effective personalized medicine that only very few can afford? Will AI take over the automatable jobs of the middle class, while the highly qualified elite maintains or even

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence
Olivier Zaech 0
Unterstützung statt Bedrohung: Wie KI das Gesundheitswesen verbessern kann

Fest steht: Künstliche Intelligenz (KI) wird unser aller Leben verändern – und tut es schon. Weniger klar ist, in welcher Weise und in welchem Zeitrahmen diese Veränderungen passieren – und was am Ende dabei herauskommt. In vielen Bereichen gibt es wilde Spekulationen. Bei Life Sciences und im Gesundheitssektor lichtet sich

Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning | Programming Tips | Risk Management
Sian Roberts 0
Deep learning for numerical analysis explained

Deep learning (DL) is a subset of neural networks, which have been around since the 1960’s. Computing resources and the need for a lot of data during training were the crippling factor for neural networks. But with the growing availability of computing resources such as multi-core machines, graphics processing units

Data Management | SAS Events
Olivier Penel 0
Will Privacy Kill Innovation?

It’s a race - on one side: fast moving technologies, new business practices, new digital behaviours, the democratisation of analytics and the massive adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies. On the other side: the fundamental right of individuals to protect their privacy. On one side: what we

Artificial Intelligence
Marcel Lemahieu 0
How and when will AI deliver productivity and open new markets?

Since the rise of the industrial revolutions, there has always been a very active debate among the academic community confronting “technology innovation optimist” and “technology innovation pessimist”. Likewise, there is debate whether artificial intelligence (AI), like many previous technologies could have a positive or a negative impact on the economy,

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