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The 3 Beachheads of AI

(Part 2 in a Series) We have been partnering with and assisting clients on their data needs and strategies for years. It’s clear that data and AI are two-sides of the same coin; in fact, this understanding spawned the AI Ladder concept. We’ve developed skills training in the areas of data science and machine learning; […]

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Medicine and the Message: Consumer Engagement and the Power of Nontraditional Data

The journal Health Affairs estimates that the U.S. spends nearly $500 billion annually on pharmaceutical treatments. Focusing on clinical value alone isn’t enough to meet business growth targets — customer experience plays a critical role in long-term brand success. But experience doesn’t occur in isolation: To win trust and boost spending, pharma brands must use […]

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New Roche Study: Predicting Diabetes-Related Chronic Kidney Disease with Real-World Data

(Part 2 in a Series) We have been partnering with and assisting clients on their data needs and strategies for years. It’s clear that data and AI are two-sides of the same coin; in fact, this understanding spawned the AI Ladder concept. We’ve developed skills training in the areas of data science and machine learning; […]

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New Certifications to Help Close the Data Scientist Deficit

In this era of swelling data, the mining of insights to predict future outcomes with greater accuracy, to automate tasks, and to recommend actions based on that data is growing increasingly critical for organizations and businesses of all sizes. Such is the role of the data scientist, the profession the Harvard Business Review dubbed the […]

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The Next Enterprise Platform

“What ultimately makes a platform worth using in the long run are the applications that run on it.” – Ben Thompson, Stratechery Platforms drive commerce. Whether in technology or other industries, the creation, acceptance and adoption of platforms spur innovation, efficiency, and productivity. Consider the U.S. Interstate Highway System, which dates back to the 1950’s, […]

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University of Oklahoma Taps AI to Strengthen Student Retention Rates

Graduating from a four-year college in four years should be an achievable goal, but only just over 40 percent of students are able to reach this milestone. A critical driver for achieving on-time graduation is first-year retention. But for public institutions, like the University of Oklahoma (OU), the national average of full-time, first-time students who started […]

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Bringing the Power of Deep Learning to More Data Scientists

New AI technologies like machine learning and deep learning are fitting ever more snugly into the shifting enterprise landscape. Deep learning in particular is being adopted by an increasing number of enterprises for expanded insights and with the aim to better serving their clients. Thanks to more powerful systems and graphics processing units (GPUs), we […]

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Revealing the ‘Hidden Figures’ of STEM

Watch this short video on the making of the inspirational, Hidden Figures, a movie based on the acclaimed book of the same name that chronicles the early lives of three remarkable African American women who helped NASA calculate man’s first orbital flights around Earth.

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Amping Up the Fan Experience

Today’s tech savvy sports and entertainment fans expect a fully immersive event experience from the moment they leave their homes. Creating the ultimate fan experience means meeting fans where they are, providing them with a platform to interact seamlessly and securely, and giving them fast, uninterrupted access to rich, analytics-driven content, personalized for their needs […]

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Building Bridges with the Next Generation of Problem Solvers

As the Summer Olympic Games in Brazil recently drew to a close, one of the event’s most historic competitions came to mind: the marathon. The long hours, intense training, and laser focus leading up to the race look to be well worth the effort as each runner crossed the finish line and achieved a long-held […]

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Who Knew U.S. Drivers Crossed Their Legs While Using Cruise Control?

When engineers here at Honda R&D were discussing where to locate the “engine start” button in their vehicles, they learned that several US drivers accidentally pressed the engine start button with their knees. This was a big surprise for us, because it’s only possible if you put the car into cruise control, take your feet […]

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Social, Mobile, & Cloud, Just the Latest In History of Sports Innovation

Technology unlocks the history of sport. It is also the key to understanding sport’s future. Modern sport has been driven by three overlapping aspects of innovation: participation technology, spectatorship technology and media technology. Today’s digital era unites all three. In Victorian England, “participation technology” allowed sport to move beyond pockets of parochial play and settle […]

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