- 1/26/2014 5:57:56 PM
@Louis: Ms. Shader may be referring to specific organizations who need to adopt analytics in order to catch up with competitors with a more advanced analytics culture. Just guessing, though.
- 1/26/2014 5:51:34 PM
Humans still have a lot to do in the pre processing stage of the data. Unfortunately the size and the nature of the data make it difficult to analyze and come up with simple feature engineering methods.
- by WaqasAltaf, Data Doctor
- 1/26/2014 10:56:32 AM
Yes Hospice. Tools can help in filtering out the relevant data if it has been given correct human directions. Even as we say everything has been automated and data analytics is an automated process, we do find things where without humans nothing can be done. Still the management remains with humans and operational tasks go to machines.
- by SRS1, Master Analyst
- 1/24/2014 10:44:31 AM
When two or more new technologies emerge there is always one that pulls ahead and embraced by the public. For instance HD dvd players competed against blu ray leaving only one winner, which was bluray. I believe that since NFC is not available everywhere and not everyone knows about it, bluetooth has the upper hand and could kill any hopes of NFC.
- 1/23/2014 2:12:45 PM
"Tools come into use when the relevant data is available."
That makes sense; still the role of tools may be to be able to seperate relevant data from useless one.
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