Tag: innovation

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,

Analytics
Federico Aguggini 0
The midfield of innovation

July 16, 1950, Rio de Janeiro. Jules Rimet, the creator of the soccer world championship, walks through a long dark subway that runs under one of the most famous soccer fields in the world, loaded with poetry, energy and the magic of football: the Maracanà. Above his head, he can

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
Matthias Piston 0
„Innovation braucht Fehlertoleranz und Risikobereitschaft“

Exnovation – wissen Sie was das ist? Das ist das Gegenteil von Innovation. Nein, das wollen wir nicht haben. Wir wollen Innovationen, und die bitte am laufenden Band. Koste es, was es wolle. Gerade im Zeitalter der Digitalisierung. Innovation ist irgendwie zum Zwang geworden. Denn wer sich nicht innerhalb kürzester

Analytics | Data Management
Suzanne Clayton 0
Be proactive. Be a trailblazer with data.

For many industries, big data analytics have opened numerous doors for more employees to be groundbreaking and to challenge the corporate status quo. Prior to big data technologies, risk taking behaviors were primarily reserved for provocative souls who stretched organizational boundaries to disrupt industries, such as airline revenue management. There were winners and losers

Customer Intelligence
Rachel Alt-Simmons 0
I smell bacon innovation!

I had the opportunity recently to attend the Association of National Advertisers (ANA) “Masters of Marketing” conference. In almost every presentation, each CMO credited their success in the marketplace with an ability to take risks. With the stratospheric growth in digital marketing initiatives and a need for speed-to-market, rapid innovation

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