Tag: analytics platform

Analytics
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
Svein Tore Bø 0
Support, openness and flexibility: The momentum towards the analytics platform

Over the last few years, a quiet and gradual, but nonetheless important, evolution has been taking place. There has been a move from traditional business intelligence or analytics software towards the use of open platforms that underpin analytics activity, and can integrate customers’ own solutions, reducing reliance on proprietary software.

Advanced Analytics
Decision Management – What is it and why does it matter?

Whether we talk about improving customer experience, applying chat bots, preventing fraud, realising IoT applications like predictive maintenance, implementing credit scoring or claims management, or just automating internal processes, analytics and eventually AI will have a profound impact on these large and small decisions. Across all industries the discipline of

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Internet of Things | Machine Learning
Max Ardigò 0
Machine learning to (re)learn about the consumer's genome

An interview with Gaetano Giannetto, CEO of Epipoli/Groupalia Transparency and quality of algorithms will form the basis of a new alliance and a new balance between companies and their customers. “Data intelligence becomes a competitive advantage only if you’re able to use it,” according to Gaetano Giannetto, CEO of Epipoli,

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Mark Bakker 0
From concept to value — the machine learning curve

Advanced analytics is an important part of artificial intelligence (AI). Machine learning, or the ability of computers to learn from data, rather than through programming rules, means that more complex problems can be addressed than would otherwise be possible. It is significantly easier to supply lots of data and examples

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