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By introducing a helper role for data scientists, you can increase efficiency and improve job satisfaction. Here's how to make the sous scientist role work in your organization.
Financial analysts forecast AI and automation will drive "greater income inequality" and lower wages for low and middle-skilled workers.
People are trusting when they use personal devices for work, says Ziften's Mike Hamilton. The key is to enable the people securing your company with an agile solution that protects everyone.
Ford has partnered with IBM to add cloud and big data capabilities to its Smart Mobility initiative. By streaming data, the pair believes it can improve the driving experience.
If your organization overlooks verbal communication as an analytics source, it's missing an opportunity for a competitive advantage.
Find out why it's so important to establish a sound business context for the aggregated data efforts of your company's various departments.
The costs of working with dirty data are staggering. Save money and time by following these tips on how to improve the quality of your company data.
Regardless of size, today's businesses are bombarded with structured and unstructured data from a variety of sources. Flowing in faster than ever before, the data is messy and over...
Intelligent cities are at the forefront of the next wave of the Internet of Things. The goals are to streamline communication and improve the lives of citizens. And save a little money along the way.
Immelt: GE will use 100-year legacy to bridge physical and digital, create $15 billion software company
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt spoke at the Gartner Symposium about how GE will harness its knowledge to marry the physical and the digital and stay relevant for another century.