Analytics

News, trends and insights for the field of analytics

The patient as a customer: Using IoT to deliver new models of care

by David Pare There’s so much talk across healthcare about electronic medical records (EMRs). For many, it seems to be the answer to every question, solving all problems of healthcare. At a recent Health Information Technology WA (Western Australia) conference in Perth, for example, three plenary speakers on the main stage were touting its benefits. […]

6 secteurs bousculés par le machine learning

L’apprentissage automatique (ou machine learning) n’est plus une « technologie d’avenir ». Les entreprises allant du secteur minier à l’industrie manufacturière en passant par la médecine utilisent aujourd’hui l’apprentissage automatique pour mieux répondre aux besoin de leurs clients, doper leur R&D, ou transformer leurs modes opératoires. Voici quelques exemples : Activité minière L’intelligence artificielle (IA) et l’apprentissage […]

Predictive evaluations: Using AI to reward (or punish) employees for future performance

predictive-ai-visual

Human resources professionals are (or soon will be) using artificial intelligence (AI) to recruit and interview job candidates, to measure an employee’s value, and to conduct performance assessments. The next step — which some companies are already taking — is to use AI to assess not past, but expected future performance. From Bloomberg‘s Rebecca Greenfield: Using […]

L’apprendimento automatico viene attualmente utilizzato in questi settori

L’apprendimento automatico non è più una tecnologia “del futuro”. Le diverse industrie, dal settore minerario a quello manufatturiero, e persino nel campo della medicina, utilizzano oggi il machine learning per servire meglio i clienti, alimentare la ricerca e le innovazioni di prodotto e trasformare le operazioni. Ecco alcuni esempi: Settore minerario L’intelligenza artificiale (IA) e […]

How the 2019 digital trends impact Asia – Part 2

DXC recently released six digital trends that will drive the market in 2019. In my previous post, I addressed three trends that center around “data gravity.” In this post, I want to tie together the other three trends: Enterprises adopt next generation IoT platforms. Enterprises enter an age of information enlightenment. Enterprises redesign customer experiences […]

How will healthcare data deliver on its promise?

by Jonas Knudsen One morning in August 2012, I entered my office in the hospital and turned on my PC. As a university hospital chief information officer (CIO) responsible for all mental health hospitals in the region of Southern Denmark, I was tasked with not only keeping the lights green on our digital infrastructure, but […]

Algorithm bosses: No yelling, but lots of micromanaging

algorithm-boss

Enterprise workers today use technologies such as computers, smartphones, mobile apps, and cloud platforms as tools that allow them to be more productive and efficient. In the workplace of the future, however, the stakes will be raised: Employees will collaborate and interact with advanced technologies such as algorithms, robots, and artificial intelligence (AI). And some […]

IoT data: A new hope for the manufacturing industry’s future

IoT-in-manufacturing

Manufacturing executives are under the gun to hit production targets amid challenges that include a shortage of skilled workers, inefficient supply chains and a lack of insight into how enterprise assets are performing. In order to make absolutely sure that production quotas and quality standards are met, operational technology (OT) teams tend to err on […]

2019 IT trend: Enterprises will enter an age of Information Enlightenment

As data volumes and data correlations explode, enterprises must react faster and faster to the data to capture its value, especially since its value decays over time. The value may be highest right when the data is created but much lower only seconds or minutes later, and have different values depending on the context. So […]

Abbracciare l’analisi è un buon inizio, ma non è sufficiente

Quasi tre quarti delle grandi imprese hanno già beneficiato di big data e intelligenza artificiale (IA), secondo un sondaggio pubblicato all’inizio di quest’anno nella Harvard Business Review. Tra questi vantaggi, scrivono i co-autori Thomas Davenport e Randy Bean, ci sono le decisioni più ragionate attraverso analisi avanzate, un migliore servizio clienti, costi inferiori e innovazione. […]