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Predictive Analytics product for workers’ compensation introduced

Property and casualty insurance predictive analytics provider Valen Technologies recently announced a new customer engagement with CompWest Insurance Company.

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Pilot Flying J uses predictive analytics to optimize business operations

Pilot Flying J, which operates 550 interstate travel centers and travel plazas in North America and is one of the top 10 privately held companies in the United States, has purchased and deployed Predixion Insight™, Predixion Software’s collaborative predictive analytics solution that fully integrates with Microsoft Corp.’s business intelligence (BI) platform.

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Sirius XM Radio turns up marketing volume with SAS Analytics

After 10 years providing new-car owners boundless choices of entertainment and information, Sirius XM Radio is discovering used-car customer needs. Applying predictive analytics from SAS, the company is modeling customer behavior patterns, helping its decision-makers better tailor offers to this new market.

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Predictive analytics project delivers millions of course records for analysis

WCET, the WICHE Cooperative for Educational Technologies, has announced the successful federation of datasets from the six institutions participating in the PAR (Predictive Analytics Reporting) Framework proof of concept project. The goal of the PAR Framework is to identify variables that influence student retention and progression and to determine the impact of various demographic data on factors influencing loss and momentum.

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Business Analytics: Too Cool (Just) for School

Gregory is an old friend of mine, a seasoned sales leader, a start-up turnaround specialist and an early stage company executive. He has seen an awful lot in his long career, and whenever I get together with him I inevitably learn something. When I see his name flash up on my cell phone, I pick up with a smile, thinking he’s calling to see when we might sneak out of work for an afternoon at the ballpark. Turns out he has something quite different in mind.

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Predictive Analytics: Managing Fundamental Tradeoffs

September/October 2010 Three lessons demonstrate that “one click” application are too much to ask for. By Mu Zhu People love

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Predictive analytics in field service

November/December 2010 Practical ways to drive field service, looking forward. By (left to right) Scott Brown, Atanu Basu and Tim

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Profit Center: An analytics education

    Profit Center: An analytics education

A young man recently contacted me about finding a good graduate program in analytics. I was happy to oblige, but couldn’t immediately answer him. Had he asked about graduate programs in economics, mathematics or some other well-defined, well-established discipline, I could have responded without pause.

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Using machine learning and optimization to improve refugee integration

Andrew C. Trapp, a professor at the Foisie Business School at Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI), received a $320,000 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant to develop a computational tool to help humanitarian aid organizations significantly improve refugees’ chances of successfully resettling and integrating into a new country. Built upon ongoing work with an international team of computer scientists and economists, the tool integrates machine learning and optimization algorithms, along with complex computation of data, to match refugees to communities where they will find appropriate resources, including employment opportunities. Read more →

Gartner releases Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 rankings

Gartner, Inc. has released its 10th annual Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 ranking. The rankings recognize organizations across the healthcare value chain that demonstrate leadership in improving human life at sustainable costs. “Healthcare supply chains today face a multitude of challenges: increasing cost pressures and patient expectations, as well as the need to keep up with rapid technology advancement, to name just a few,” says Stephen Meyer, senior director at Gartner. Read more →

Meet CIMON, the first AI-powered astronaut assistant

CIMON, the world’s first artificial intelligence-enabled astronaut assistant, made its debut aboard the International Space Station. The ISS’s newest crew member, developed and built in Germany, was called into action on Nov. 15 with the command, “Wake up, CIMON!,” by German ESA astronaut Alexander Gerst, who has been living and working on the ISS since June 8. Read more →

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