Tag: predictive modeling

Christine Komander 0
Smart Blood ? Wir werten Sie aus Mr. Bond!

Hatten Sie auch bei dem von „Q“ verwendeten Begriff „Smart Blood“  während der Injektion der Nanoteilchen in  Bond’s Blutbahn sofort ein völlig neues Feld für interessante Use Cases im Bereich der menschlichen Sensortechnik vor Augen? Ob 007 wohl klar ist, was der MI6 mit den so gewonnenen Informationen über die

Machine Learning
Patrick Hall 0
An introduction to machine learning

Machine learning is moving into the mainstream. Once the sole purview of academic researchers and advanced technology firms, machine learning is now being is used by many companies in more traditional industry verticals. Machine learning uses mathematical (not necessarily statistical) models to learn about data. In this context, learning about

Stuart Rose 0
Demystifying analytics

There is no doubt that analytics is an overused and often abused term. So what does really analytics means? In part 2 of a series of articles on the analytical lifecycle, this blog will highlight some of the common and emerging techniques used to analyze data and build predictive models

Analytics | Fraud & Security Intelligence
John Stultz 0
Is predictive analytics misguiding your fraud detection efforts?

When it comes to fraud detection and risk mitigation, predictive modeling has earned a reputation as the “heavy hitter” in the realm of data analytics.  As our celebration of International Fraud Awareness Week continues, I would challenge our readers to ask themselves this question, “Is the reliance upon predictive analytics

Kristine Vick 0
The incremental impact

Tapan and I had the chance to talk with Karen Washburn, Manager for the SAS Business Knowledge Series, a SAS Education Division program, who is joining us at Predictive Analytics World this week! Karen will be participating in the conference and seeking out new partners to join the Business Knowledge

Kelly Levoyer 0
The culture of analytics at Marriott

At last week's SAS Global Forum, I sat down for a few minutes with Stephan Chase, Vice President of Customer Knowledge at Marriott Hotels. Chase's team provides the analytics and predictive modeling to the marketing team within the Marriott Rewards business unit. I asked him to elaborate on an earlier