Follow Datanami:

Tag: predictive analytics

Data Science Salaries Are Flat, But Analytics Teams Weather Pandemic

Aug 20, 2020 |

For all the clamor about the shortage of data scientists, an analysis of median salaries for data crunchers shows only a slight increase in salaries over the previous year.

The latest Burtch Works study of salaries for data scientists and predictive analytics professionals found a mere 1 percent increase in media pay over the previous year. Read more…

AI Startup Aims to Extinguish Wildfires

Jul 23, 2020 |

Based on the last two wildfire seasons, including 2018 when an entire California town was destroyed, utilities blamed for recent wildfires need all the help they can get maintaining aging grids. Read more…

The Long (and Artificial) Arm of the Law: How AI is Used in Law Enforcement

Jun 3, 2020 |

Artificial intelligence. Nowadays, it seems like it’s everywhere. From the computers we use at work, to the cars we drive, to the self-checkout stations and ATMs we use practically every day. Read more…

Streaming Analytics: The Silver Bullet for Predictive Business Decisions

Apr 10, 2020 |

Streaming analytics has become an indispensable tool for companies to gain precise insights into their current business information from their ever-growing volumes of data. But is the high-performance streaming technology really relevant for every business? Read more…

The Benefits of Building Predictive Analytics on Unified Customer Data

Feb 5, 2020 |

Predictive customer lifetime value (CLV) is a key element in modern marketing analytics, allowing marketers to prioritize customers that have the highest predicted business value. The most popular data science approach to predicting CLV is the extended Pareto/NBD model (EP/NBD) generative model which leverages a few summary statistics about customer transactions: Read more…

Inside OmniSci’s Plans for Data Analytics Convergence

Oct 23, 2019 |

You may know OmniSci as the provider of a fast SQL-based database that runs on GPUs. But the company formerly known as MapD is moving beyond its GPU roots and is building a data platform that runs on CPUs and does machine learning too–a vision that it shared at its inaugural Converge conference in Silicon Valley this week. Read more…

The Trade War, Supply Chain Risk, and AI

Oct 21, 2019 |

When President Trump implemented new tariffs on Chinese imports earlier this year, it set off a frenzy of activity as manufacturers scoured the globe looking for new suppliers. From solar panels to hand bags to cellular radios, we’re in the midst of major disruption in global supply chains. Read more…

Four Key Attributes of Advanced Anomaly Detection

Oct 18, 2019 |

AI anomaly detection is just one tool in an arsenal that Gartner now refers to as augmented analytics, but it’s among the most important. By providing real-time intelligence into both positive and negative anomalies, AI anomaly detection offers opportunities to recapture revenue, capitalize on moment-to-moment trends, and sidestep brand damage. Read more…

AI, Analytics Help to Propel Wind Power

Aug 21, 2019 |

Clean energy sources such as wind turbines are among the edge devices being incorporated into the Internet of Things. Once connected, the growing number of wind turbines sprouting up across Asia, Europe and the American Midwest and along its coasts are making greater use of AI and analytics as way to improve performance and accelerate return on investment. Read more…

Big Data Shines Way Forward for Big Quake Prediction

Aug 14, 2019 |

The magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck near Ridgecrest, California, on July 4 was an eye opener for many in the region. But when a much larger magnitude 7.1 quake hit the following day, it became clear the first temblor was just an opener for the main act. Read more…

Do NOT follow this link or you will be banned from the site!