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Analytics Magazine

September-October 2015: Table of Contents

FEATURES

Cognitive computing, customer knowledge

How to automatically provide a clear means to make the most of your company’s proprietary data
By Guy Mounier

The keys to customer intelligence

Replacing data silos with “datamarts” and the impetus behind
real-time business intelligence
By Swaroop Johnson

The magic of managed autonomy

Online lender builds successful analytics team by balancing talent engagement, business priorities
By Vinod Cheriyan

Global business collaboration

The ideal infrastructure relies on the three best practice pillars: security, freedom and mobility
By Rasesh Shah and Aliasgar Rajkotwala

Predictive analytics in publishing

Transformation of traditional print media and the growing intelligence behind monetization strategies
By Arvid Tchivzhel

DEPARTMENTS

Inside Story
Executive Edge
Analyze This!
Healthcare Analytics
Viewpoint
Forum
INFORMS Initiatives
Corporate Profile
Conference Preview
Five-Minute Analyst
Thinking Analytically



Headlines

Challenges facing supply chain execs: leadership, labor, legacy technology

While most companies recognize the value of a digitally enabled supply chain – empowered by new technologies like artificial intelligence, blockchain, big data and analytics – many chief supply chain officers (CSCOs) are not leveraging their C-suite counterparts to help reinvent the supply chain function and transform it into an engine of new growth models and customer experiences, according to new research from Accenture. Read more →

Data Science Bowl: Using AI to accelerate life-saving medical research

Imagine unleashing the power of artificial intelligence to automate a critical component of biomedical research, expediting life-saving research in the treatment of almost every disease from rare disorders to the common cold. This could soon be a reality, thanks to the fourth Data Science Bowl, a 90-day competition in which, for the first time, participants trained deep learning models to examine images of cells and identify nuclei, regardless of the experimental setup – and without human intervention. Read more →

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