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Analytics | Cloud | SAS Events
Shadi Shahin 0
Your analytics, your way

Maybe you’re a SAS®9 programmer in the insurance industry who stores her analytics projects in a local desktop folder, or in a Git library. Or maybe you’re a data scientist who specializes in aviation forecasting and loves the no-code environment of SAS® Viya®. Or maybe you’re a Python devotee at

Artificial Intelligence | Data for Good | Learn SAS
Reggie Townsend 0
Next generation of responsible AI innovators tackle real-world challenges with AI4ALL and SAS

As head of the SAS Data Ethics Practice, I spend a lot of time contemplating the social implications of AI. Considering its benefits like augmenting medical decisions and pitfalls, making decisions based on biased data results in dire consequences for patients. Such implications have the potential to impact society in a variety

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence
Dwijendra Dwivedi 0
7 common pitfalls to avoid when creating business value from AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is causing a digital transformation that is changing businesses’ operations. It is likely to bring a sea change compared to the Industrial Revolution. Many challenges with AI are technical, but most failures occur because of poor strategy and execution. Fortunately, there are some steps you can take

Analytics | SAS Events | Students & Educators
Alex Coop 0
Canadian post-grads tease policy recommendations from data during National Policy Challenge

To help burgeoning data researchers apply data analysis skills across policy sectors in economic, health and social science-informed areas of study, they need both policy and data industry experts to help them develop these critical skills before they graduate. The National Policy Challenge was developed with this goal in mind.

Analytics
Alexey Vodilin 0
5 pillars for a successful DataOps strategy

Over the years, technologies for data access, data transformation, building machine learning models and decisioning have proven their value and become a must-have for a data-driven organization. These technologies belong to the data processing layer, everything that resides in the blue lower semi-circle in the diagram. What DataOps adds, in

Advanced Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Jessica Curtis 0
How to cultivate trust in analytical models and improve forecast adoption

Often the biggest challenge when implementing a successful forecasting process has nothing to do with the analytics. Forecast adoption – incorporating forecasts into decision-making – is just as high a hurdle to overcome as the models themselves. Forecasting is more than analytical models Developing a forecasting process typically begins with

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Cloud
Tapan Patel 0
2 years in: SAS and Microsoft partnership continues making waves

In June 2020, we announced our strategic partnership with Microsoft to help our joint customers address their most critical analytical challenges with SAS® Viya® on Azure. In honor of two years together, we’re highlighting some of our biggest milestones, favorite stories and impressive results. Better Together In June 2020, we announced our

Advanced Analytics | Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Cloud | Data Management | Data Visualization | Machine Learning
Charlie Chase 0
How life science and health care supply chains can adapt to disruption

Robert Handfield, PhD, is a distinguished professor of Supply Chain Management at North Carolina State University and Director of the Supply Chain Resource Cooperative. In an episode of the Health Pulse Podcast, Handfield gave his views regarding the challenges health care and life science companies have encountered over the past two years

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence
Glyn Townsend 0
Smart cities: Which parts of the UK are the most AI-ready?

AI has, for many years, been the stuff of fantasy. From the monster in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein to the dystopian futures depicted in films such as Metropolis, the Matrix and Minority Report, the idea of intelligent machines has been capturing the imagination of writers for centuries. Our ability to store

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Machine Learning
Christian Hardahl 0
Delivering the future: how biomarkers and analytics in maternity care save lives

Becoming a parent is one of the most exciting things in life. Unfortunately, sometimes pregnancy complications occur, remaining a serious challenge, that is not often talked about. Ahead are interviews with leading researchers in Dublin aimed to understand the impact of data and analytics on maternal health. According to the

Analytics | Customer Intelligence | Data Visualization | Marketing
Charlie Chase 0
How CDP technologies offer sales and marketing teams powerful insights

In today's environment, data is exceedingly important but also increasingly harder to get and manage. A reliable customer data platform (CDP) can provide significant value to retail and consumer packaged goods (CPG) companies. Customer data platforms are used to consolidate and integrate customer and consumer data into a single data source. CDP

Advanced Analytics | Analytics
Soundarya Palanisamy 0
Decentralizing clinical trials: how COVID-19 has changed drug development

The COVID-19 pandemic brought an enormous urgency to the life sciences sector. Companies vied for suitable treatments and in less than a year, COVID-19 vaccines were developed. This demonstrated clearly that the sector could move at speed when necessary. Though vaccines were supported by regulators, inefficiencies in vaccine and drug development were exposed.

Analytics | Artificial Intelligence | Data for Good | Data Visualization
Caslee Sims 0
Taking a swing at data literacy: an inside look at The SAS Batting Lab

The SAS Batting Lab is a six-week program designed to help improve kids’ understanding of data while also helping them improve their baseball and softball swings. Using analytics in an interactive, AI-powered batting cage, kids can compare their swings to batting stars. During the program, the participants also became more

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