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Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/17/2015 6:52:31 PM
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I think there will always be a need for the human element in the analytics equation, CandidoNick; but the highly sophisticated algorithm I've developed for this scenario shows we're going to need a lot fewer humans ;->

Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/16/2015 3:34:12 PM
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The thing is, what happens when more and more of these analytical steps become automated? Will there be a need for experts? Should jus the designers of the automation know what's up?

Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/15/2015 9:53:46 PM
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Agreed... with all the buzz about big data, it's time someone started a larger conversation about why the processing can't be more automated... even if if the computing resources are distributed.

Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/14/2015 8:21:31 AM
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It will be interesting as well to hear more about the topic mentioned that "all software packages cannot take advantage of current hardware capacity" and just what the solution might be to get that aspect up to speed sooner than later.

Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/13/2015 5:57:58 PM
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I am most interested in his take onvalue creation . This is something that is hard to sell others on and I am interested in new views on the subject.

Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/13/2015 2:52:26 PM
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What about the book's description particularly fascinated you? I'm always curious what reels folks into the data world.

Re: Interesting Book
  • 1/13/2015 8:30:48 AM
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Thanks for the comment, Tom. I hope you will join us on Thursday.

Interesting Book
  • 1/12/2015 2:41:39 PM
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I looked over the description of this book and feel it is a worthwhile read. Things really are coming together and changing.



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