Tag Archive | analytics

Fusing Data and Design to Supercharge Innovation

Fusing Data and Design to Supercharge Innovation

While data have always been an important business input, recent advances in AI and analytics are increasing the number of arenas in which decision-makers can activate data’s superpowers, from hiring to product development to customer engagement.

via McKinsey

25 Artificial Intelligence Trends to Watch in 2019

25 Artificial Intelligence Trends to Watch in 2019

Artificial intelligence is spreading across every industry. With new developments making headlines every day, it can be tough to sort out the essential news from the hype. Our analysts cut through the noise to identify 25 of the top AI trends to watch this year.”

via CB Insights

Why Savvy Marketers Crave Data Science Skills

Why Savvy Marketers Crave Data Science Skills

Although there are various challenges that marketers associate with building data science teams, marketers have not cooled on the topic. In a study, 96% of U.S. respondents said that data science was important for marketers.

via eMarketer

Exploring the Data Analytics Talent and Skills Gulf

Exploring the Data Analytics Talent and Skills Gulf

The past three years have seen “massive growth — 15 times, 20 times growth” in data science-based jobs in sectors like education, marketing and manufacturing. There’s a widening gulf between the needs of organizations and the abilities of job candidates to fulfill those needs.

via Knowledge@Wharton

Enterprise Demand for Agile, Data-Centric Architectures

Enterprise Demand for Agile, Data-Centric Architectures

Augmented analytics, continuous intelligence and explainable artificial intelligence (AI) are among the top trends in big data and analytics that have significant disruptive potential over the next three to five years, according to the latest worldwide market study by Gartner.

via Digital Lifescapes

Blockchain Technology Could Disrupt Real Estate

Blockchain Technology Could Disrupt Real Estate

“The decentralized-record-keeping technology, which is designed to instill trust in the authenticity of digital transactions, could be used to create efficient solutions for both commercial and residential real estate — from buying property to conducting due diligence to enabling crowd-sourced investments, and more.”

via CB Insights

ICT Infrastructure Investment will Reach $4.6 Trillion

ICT Infrastructure Investment will Reach $4.6 Trillion

Worldwide ICT spending on hardware, software, services and telecommunications will reach $4.6 trillion by 2022, representing average growth of 4 percent per year. Commercial customers will represent around 63.5 percent of total spending by 2022 ($2.9 trillion), while consumers will account for 36.5 percent ($1.7 trillion), according to IDC.

via Digital Lifescapes