SAS has been extending technological boundaries for many years. Whether in analytics, artificial intelligence (AI) or cloud, it excels in innovating what these technologies can do on a day-to-day basis. Recently, SAS released some of its most exciting announcements, sharing what is to come over the next couple of years.
You read “First COVID case reported in America” on your phone, not thinking much of it. Why should you, it’s just a regular day in January 2020, right? A couple months later, the world drastically changes. While we have all learned a lot since then, a question that still boggles
It’s important to recognize the power that an idea can have. When looking back at the most amazing discoveries and inventions in the world, we must remember that ideas and dreams are what started them all. At SAS, we believe in dreaming big and bold. When we do this, creativity thrives.
One of the driving forces of curiosity is diversity. As we approach International Women’s Day, we would like to highlight some of the women whose curiosity has been making big waves throughout the world. Look through each of these stories to see just how strong, curious and incredible women can
Rijkswaterstaat (RWS) is the Netherlands main agency for design, construction, management and maintenance for waterways and infrastructure. Their mission is to promote safety, mobility and quality of life in the Netherlands. They are the masterminds behind some of the most prestigious water projects in the world. In a recent panel
“No one wants to be sold to, not even the most eager buyer in the world,” says Farnoosh Brock, a corporate trainer, speaker and writer. Brock is also an engineer and author of the book, The Serving Mindset: Stop Selling and Grow Your Business. She is a proponent of selling
“Bias is not inhuman. To have bias is absolutely human,” says Banu Raghuraman. If data enthusiasts are going to break the cycle of bias, however, “we have to be more aware of where the data is coming from, what it’s trying to tell us and how we can break the
When people think about sports, many things may come to mind: Screaming fans, the intensity of the game and maybe even the food. Data doesn’t usually make the list. But what people may not realize is that data is behind everything people love about sports. It can help determine how
In 2012, Data Scientist was dubbed the sexiest job of the 21st century by Harvard Business Review and it is one of the most in-high demand jobs in the world. Data has become a key part of every organization as technology flourishes. As the world become increasingly digitized, businesses are
If you’ve ever traveled, you know the excitement of getting to explore a whole new place. After a year of quarantine, people are desperate for that feeling again. As Covid-19 restrictions lift, travel companies need to be prepared for the substantial amount of customer data that will become available. With