Data Science

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

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is one of the most severe secondary complications related to diabetes. It is characterized by the progressive loss of the kidney function, beginning with a decline in the glomerular filtration rate and/or albuminuria, eventually resulting in end-stage renal disease. This severe complication often requires dialysis or renal transplant therapy. In January […]

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New IBM Skills Training to Get Clients Up & Running on AI

We are at an inflection point.  Data Science and AI technologies are not just a continuum of old technologies. They represent a complete paradigm shift that take us from a deterministic world to a probabilistic world, increasing the potential to profoundly change human society, and to become a new engine of economic development. Around the world, […]

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New Certifications to Help Close the Data Scientist Deficit

Chronic kidney disease (CKD) is one of the most severe secondary complications related to diabetes. It is characterized by the progressive loss of the kidney function, beginning with a decline in the glomerular filtration rate and/or albuminuria, eventually resulting in end-stage renal disease. This severe complication often requires dialysis or renal transplant therapy. In January […]

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Catalina Digs Deeper Into Data Science to Enhance Shopper Engagements

At Catalina, we’ve been thinking about the impact of data since 1983, when we came up with an idea to leverage grocery store scanners to give shoppers up-to-date product ads and coupons at checkout. More than 30 years later, the shopping experience has changed dramatically. It is not only commonplace for shoppers strolling through the […]

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Reimagining the Fan Experience Through AI

Digital technology has created an expectation among consumers for unique, personalized experiences. Sports teams, performance venues, competitions, major sporting events and award shows are under intense pressure to go beyond staging live entertainment by providing a personalized and interactive fan experience, whether a user is on their couch or in a 100,000-seat stadium. One great […]

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IBM Melds Data Science, Business Intelligence on the Cloud

As enterprises turn to artificial intelligence (AI) to beef up business performance and drive competitive advantage, IBM is working to make analytics, data science and machine learning – the core of AI – more accessible and easy for any organization, large or small, via the cloud. It’s no surprise that large organizations understand the value […]

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Bringing Precision Weather Forecasting to Motorsports with Aston Martin Red Bull Racing

From precision manufacturing and aerodynamic calibration, to tire selection and race-day strategy, Formula One racing is a data-driven sport. To win, racing teams must excel on the razor’s edge, balancing control and strategy with technology and the ability to make critical, real-time decisions in a high-stakes, high-speed environment. Cars can accelerate to 100mph in less […]

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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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Empowering the New Data Developer

After years of frustration with the trucking industry’s slow and inconsistent processes for loading and unloading cargo, Malcolm McLean in 1956 watched as his SS Ideal-X left port in New Jersey loaded with 58 of the world’s first intermodal shipping containers – a product he invented and patented. The defining feature of his container was […]

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Helping Data Science Flourish – One Client at a Time

By now, in 2018, most enterprises have established some type of program to utilize math to help them make money. For many this means taking advantage of data science, or more specifically, machine learning. But despite seemingly widespread adoption, some studies show that more than two-thirds of these companies are failing to realize value from […]

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Scaling the AI Ladder

The first automobile was driven down the streets of Detroit in 1890. It would take another 30 years before Henry Ford streamlined production and made cars available to the mass market. The obvious lesson: sometimes technology has a long gestation period, before we can scale it for everyday use. But, digging a bit deeper, there […]

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The Science Behind IBM’s Data Science Design

Data science is a rapidly evolving discipline that leverages an ever-widening array of tools and capabilities to learn and exploit. Because of such inherent complexities surrounding adoption, integration and support, the work of the data scientist can be daunting. That complexity is one of the reasons IBM several years ago set out to bring clarity […]

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