Thursday, April 2, 2020
Gregory Piatetsky and Shashank Lyer have begun to answer one of the most asked question facing data science practitioners: Which tools work with which other tools? If I had a dollar for every time this question was asked of...
Data science is much more than just a singular computational process. Today, it’s a noun that collectively encompasses the ability to derive actionable insights from disparate data through mathematical and statistical processes, scientifically orchestrated by data scientists and functional...
Companies continue to struggle with how to implement an organic and systematic approach to data science. As part of an ongoing trend to generate new revenues through enterprise data monetization, products and services owners have turned to internal business...
Moxie Group's Creative Director Tina Chadwick makes the case that real-time data analytics "brings us tangible facts on how consumers actually react to almost anything." She makes light of the "notion that 10 people in a room, who volunteered...
Over the last several months I have been involved with developing uniques data science capabilities for the intelligence community, ones specifically based on exploiting insights derived from the open source intelligence (OSINT) found in the deep web. The deep web...
At the request of a friend, I recently reviewed the article "Your Math Is All Wrong: Flipping The 80/20 Rule For Analytics” by John Thuma. It is a good article, but incomplete and bit misguided. Thuma argues that we...
In the article "46 Critical Capabilities of a Data Science Driven Intelligence Platform” an original set of critical enterprise capabilities was identified. In enterprise architecture language, capabilities are "the ability to perform or achieve certain actions or outcomes through a set...
There is a lot of discussion around how data sciences and data analytics differ, from the tools that are used to the methodologies that are employed. Two useful perspectives are to look at the differences (what separates them) and...
Data science is changing the way we look at business, innovation and intuition. It challenges our subconscious decisions, helps us find patterns and empowers us to ask better questions. Hear from thought leaders at the forefront including Growth Science,...
Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) can use sophisticated Sociological and Psychological (Socio-Psycho) factors in order to positively identify Key Opinion Leaders (KOL). This animated presentation demonstrates just how it can be applied to one of the most opaque places on earth: The...