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Alyssa Grube 0
The art of asking, “What if?”

We’re problem solvers, explorers and knowledge seekers – always asking, “What if?” At SAS, your curiosity matters – whether you’re developing algorithms, sharing stories, or answering critical questions. Curiosity is one of our core values, and it influences everything we do here at SAS – even the art that adorns

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Alyssa Grube 0
Working from home. With kids.

Over the last few weeks, the world has experienced unprecedented events. The current situation with COVID-19 continues to develop rapidly, and it’s requiring parents to think outside the box to solve problems – from home. With their new, sometimes invasive co-workers. Their kids. Parents don’t cease to be parents when

Work & Life at SAS
We Get to Do This

I have always been an active person. From a young age I was taught to be curious and experience the world in whatever way I could. One of the most effective ways for me to experience the world is through movement -  sweating through a particularly intense workout, hiking through

Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Mark Frankish 0
No more ‘leaves on the line': Is computer vision the answer for rail and transport networks?

Most organisations that must maintain a physical network have similar challenges in keeping their networks safe and operational. Whether you run an energy distribution network, a telecommunications network, or a road, rail or canal network, you need to keep it clear of obstructions. And one of the biggest culprits tends

Mike Gilliland 0
Preview of Foresight (Spring 2020)

Following is editor-in-chief Len Tashman's preview of the Spring 2020 issue of Foresight: The International Journal of Applied Forecasting. Preview of Foresight (Spring 2020) This Spring 2020 issue of Foresight—number 57 since the journal began in 2005— leads off with Associate Editor Mike Gilliland’s discussion of The M4 Forecasting Competition:

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