Together with Goran, we went on a reminiscence journey to 2016 – the year when the Data Innovation Summit was born, but also the year in which Data Science was an emerging discipline.
Meltem Ballan, Data Science Fellow at General Motors, will give an overview of this topic in her Data Innovation Summit presentation Vehicles as data platforms: Telemetry meets vehicle identity and explain the neural components of data and human behaviour.
Big data analytics gives businesses a competitive advantage. It opened the door to unexplored opportunities for companies to collect and analyse data from numerous sources, and in turn create product offerings around the precious insight they get, reduce cost or find innovative ways of working.
Jayesh Patel, Sr. Data Engineer at Rockstar Games, will talk about Scalable Big Data Modeling in his presentation at the Data Innovation Summit in August.
To discover how the current situation affects the BI and analytics field precisely, we again invited Dan Sommer, Senior Director, Global Market Intelligence Lead at Qlik, and former Research Director at Gartner, to share his insights with us.
Data and AI readiness is the goal of every company looking to succeed in the Data and AI-first society we are living in. To put in more context to the story, we previously talked to Henrik Göthberg, Founder and CEO of DAIRDUX, about the concept of becoming and being Data and AI-ready.
Uniper is doing some awesome breakthrough work with AI and neural networks that deserves to be divulged. For that reason, Tobias Mathur, Head of AI Operations at Uniper, will reveal their findings at the Data Innovation Summit in August.
Big data analytics leveraged Artificial Intelligence (AI), Machine learning (ML), and Deep learning application in recent times. ML application adoption is not limited to certain industries.
Machine learning has been gaining more traction in the HR department owing to the array of benefits with creating job descriptions to attract the best talent, training recommendations for employees and predicting employee attrition.
To know if you have succeeded in your digital transformation initiatives to make your organisation AI and data-driven, Amer Mohammed who was at the moment Head of Digital innovations at Stena Line, suggested looking back to what the purpose of digitalisation is while presenting Stena Line’s voyage towards becoming a digitised shipping company.
Steve Scott, former Head of Strategic Workforce Planning and Workforce Analytics at Lloyds Banking Group, gave some tips and hints he wished he had known when he was starting out with people analytics during his presentation at the Nordic People Analytics Summit 2019.
Although we are far from having real conversations with self-aware, conscious robots as portrayed in the movies, NLP has nevertheless had some important advancements in recent years.
We are just a few days away from the third edition of the Maintenance Analytics Summit. The inaugural Maintenance Analytics Summit took place in 2018 as a response to the need for a platform where experts can present and discuss innovative case studies on data-driven maintenance in the heavy asset and manufacturing industries.
Hamid Al-najjar, Maintenance Engineer at Seco Tools, will be joining us as one of the speakers at the virtual Maintenance Analytics Summit. During his presentation, Hamid will reveal a ten metrics approach that enables industrial companies to manage assets lifecycle and its performance from the inception to disposal with less cost.
The first word that people use to describe Millennials is tech-savvy or tech-literate. The majority of Millenials don’t remember a time when there was no internet or technology. Although they were born before the tech revolution caught on, they pretty quickly grew into the technology, and it became their second nature.
Electronic access cards are nothing new – last century news. But what if you could open a door just by making a wrist with your phone. A group of very smart guys sat down and decided to find a way to take the experience of opening a door to the next level – and the perfect solution was to turn the phone into a key relying on gesture recognition.