We Can Build Smarter Cities
Digital Audio 10/20/2016 31 comments
With the emergence of IoT concepts, cities see opportunities to make their delivery of citizen services and use of resources more intelligent.
Live Interviews From SAS Global Forum
Digital Audio 4/28/2015 11 comments
All Analytics Radio will be on the air from the SAS Global Forum and Executive Conference in Dallas, featuring a private interview with SGF keynote speaker Jake Porway, founder of Datakind.
How to Hire Great Analytics Talent
Digital Audio 4/23/2015 51 comments
With the buzz around the shortage of data scientists, what is a hiring manager to do as they try to fill out the analytics team they need to execute on their organization's data strategy?
An Infrastructure for Analytics
Digital Audio 12/18/2014 63 comments
The analytics infrastructure you choose has a major impact on analytics performance. Join us as we talk to Jim O'Reilly about choosing the best infrastructure for your needs.
Prepare for the Internet of Things Data Blitz
Digital Audio 12/16/2014 51 comments
As enterprises steadily connect production equipment, transportation networks, environmentals, and other technologies, they will face the challenges of analyzing, digesting, and acting on volumes of new data. No, we won't throw a switch and suddenly have an Internet of Things, but it will evolve in the coming years, and it could pick up its early momentum in the enterprise space.
Data Science & the Data-Driven Culture
Digital Audio 10/30/2014 134 comments
Booz Allen Hamilton data science experts Josh Sullivan and Ezmeralda Khalilwill share their lessons learned and best-practices advice for building a data science team and data-driven culture during this A2 Radio episode.
The Advanced Analytics Degree: Picking a Program
Digital Audio 9/15/2014 70 comments
Diego Klabjan, chair of the INFORMS University Analytics Program Committee and program director for Northwestern University's Master of Science in Analytics program, gives his advice for figuring out where to get an advanced analytics degree.
Of all the things that can go wrong with an analytics project, it appears that failure to properly define the business problem is the runaway leader.
Applications and devices that sense human emotions are hitting the tech market, focused on what customers and other users are feeling, and how the device or a person should respond.
Robert takes a look at where life expectancy intersects with health care costs.
For all the good that data can do for us, data lets us down when election day nears.
Don't be fooled by the promises that denormalization in data management will provide performance gains at no cost. The real cost will be at the expense of analytics.
We Can Build Smarter Cities
Visualization: Let Your Data Speak
How Colleges and Tech Are Grooming Analytics Talent
How Machine Learning Takes Handwriting Recognition to New Levels
A Look at Tomorrow's Data Scientist
Analytics and the Making of a President
Analytics: Where We've Been, Where We're Going
How Predictive Analytics Can Take Your Company to the Next Level
How Analytics Can Transform State Government
Save Labor Costs With Predictive Analytics
International Institute for Analytics Research Library