Analytics in 2017: What We've Seen So Far
What a year 2017 has been, and it's only half over. We've seen a growing enterprise interest in artificial intelligence, machine learning, natural language processing, and associated advanced analytics technologies. We've seen a continuing effort to get closer to "real time" data analytics. We've seen advanced analytics become more mainstream across many industries.
We've seen discussions of data for good, and of data analytics to influence elections. We've welcomed A2 radio guests who have talked about data management concerns, consumer privacy, data science careers, healthcare data privacy, energy analytics, and more.
At AllAnalytics, our editors have interviewed countless experts, attended numerous events both virtually and in person, and have tracked the news and opinion related to technology, analytics, artificial intelligence, and more. We've talked to CIOs, CTOs, data scientists, data analysts, recruiters, marketers, and business users.
Now, at this mid-point of 2017, we thought it would be a good idea to sit down and take stock of all that we've seen and heard during the first six months of the year. So AllAnalytics editors Jim Connolly and Jessica Davis (me) plan to put our heads together for a special edition of AllAnalytics radio on July 6.
We'll look back at the first 6 months of 2017, and talk about the technology events that we've attended, the people who we've met and interviewed, and the trends we've seen develop in the analytics space. We'll also look ahead to the second half of 2017 and maybe make a prediction or two. Plus, we'll be watching for questions and comments from the audience, as usual, as we talk about the state of analytics in 2017.
Join us for this special edition of AllAnalytics radio on July 6 at 2 pm ET/11 am PT.
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- by James M. Connolly