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How many of us have tried to have a sitdown conversation with someone wearing an Apple Watch? About every few minutes--if you’re lucky--there’s a buzzing sound, and they’re looking down to check their newest message. If it’s one thing we’ve learned about
(Before & After Augmented Analytics - Blog 3 of 4)
The travel industry was one of the first to welcome the digital shift from brick-and-mortar (the in-office travel agency) to the online store (DIY booking travel websites like Cheaptickets, Expedia, and Travelocity). But in the last two years, travel companies have started exploring more advanced big data analytics applications that are unique to their
Storing company data for a year? Thousands.
Losing market share to competitors? Millions.
Smart data analysis that changes the game? Priceless.
This week, Zion Market Research reported that the smart grid technology market, which fuels energy-efficient smart cities, will be a $5.7B industry by 2025--and has produced a slew of academic conferences examining applications for 2020. For the average consumer, Artificial
The whole point of “smart analytics” is that the technology can do more of the problem-solving work for us — but despite continuous advances, challenges still exist for many businesses. To understand what those are, let’s first look at why businesses are tapping into the power of smart analytics.
If history has taught us anything, it’s that a good idea can come from anywhere.
Most of us have heard the story about the semi-truck that got stuck under a bridge--as the traffic continued to build up, all the adults with more specialized knowledge about trucks were frantically theorizing as to how they could ever possibly get this thing out from under the overpass. Then a little girl spoke up with a simple and effective idea: just let the air out of the tires.
Why do 72% of data-driven projects fail? Let’s use a human-centered example. Say a person intent on gaining muscle commits to lifting weights at the gym regularly for a year. If they saw little to no results after that year, would you blame the weights--or would you bet the problem lay in their form?