We take a look at Trūata’s Global state of mind Report and access how consumers feel about the privacy of their data and who is responsible to maintain it.
Chris Porter, CEO, NexBotix explores the value of automation, both during the pandemic and into the future, and how companies can benefit from this.
The demand for people with specialist data skills — like data scientists for example — has more than tripled over the last five years (+231%). With nearly every single sector, including banking, transport and retail generating an explosion in data, employers are desperately on the hunt for skilled experts who can make sense of it.
Data & AI increase in Sports
The increased use and controversy of VAR in football has been the subject of much debate in recent times, however many athletes across all sports – and officials, have used artificial intelligence (AI) to improve their performance, in a number of different ways.
Leverage your CRM system fully with these 8 tips from Sara Evans of PragmatiQ Solutions
Access to data analytics has become so important that it is estimated that by 2022, more than half of major new business systems will incorporate continuous intelligence
Maurice Coyle, Chief Data Scientist at Truata reveals why data science is saving lives, and why we need to move forward with genuine anonymised patient data to continue developing the future of healthcare.
New research from ThoughtSpot and TDWI has revealed that two-thirds of organisations are failing to deliver business impact from their analytics, with analysts spending a disproportionate amount of time compiling reports and dashboards.
Jeff Keyes, VP of Product at Plutora, informs businesses on why advanced analytics is critical for smart decision making, improving strategies and better risk management.
Sudheesh Nair, CEO at ThoughtSpot, discusses why empowering frontline staff could be crucial for success post-COVID.
Exasol, the analytics database, launches Exasol V7, bringing unmatched speed, performance, accuracy and insight to enhance organisations’ use of data.
Researchers are continuing to find new ways to leverage smartphone data that almost every consumer has in their pocket.