Posts tagged open source
84.51° Builds a Machine Learning Machine for Kroger

84.51°’s Chief Operations Officer, Milen Mahadevan, is a champion for automation of processes and products within the organization. 84.51°’s Shop, a custom-built BI platform that allows CPG customers to pull detailed reports about shopping behavior, is a successful example of BI automation.

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Can Process Robots Deliver Digital Transformation?

One of the fastest-growing areas of artificial intelligence—at least if that term is defined broadly—is “robotic process automation,” a set of capabilities for the automation of digital tasks. RPA, as it is often called, has some valuable functions, but digital-centric companies may need more intelligence and process simplification to than RPA can currently provide.

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Push Your Analytics Out to Customers

Analytics and big data have penetrated most large organizations by now, and are helping to improve many internal decisions. But they can also have a major impact on the decisions of customers or citizens. This applies not only to decisions about what products to buy, but also to decisions about safety and crime.

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Breaking Analytics Out of the Box - Literally

The lines between open source and commercial products are blurring rapidly as our options for building and executing analytics grow by the day. The range of options and price points available today enable anyone from a large enterprise to a single researcher to gain access to affordable, powerful analytic tools and infrastructure. As a result, analytics will continue to become more pervasive and more impactful.

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