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Three Ways Data Councils Help Make the Most of the Cloud

I recently read an excellent summary of why cloud data councils are so valuable for anyone trying to tap the scalability and cost effectiveness of cloud computing. As Anil Nagaraj, Associate Vice President of Digital Engineering within Cognizant’s Artificial Intelligence & Analytics Practice, describes it, these councils work best when they focus on security and […]

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Even Inexact Data Can Be Meaningful to AI – and Other COVID Lessons Learned (Part 1)

COVID-19 has turned our professional and personal lives upside down. But it’s also giving us a crash course in using artificial intelligence (AI) to predict and navigate an uncertain future. While there’s still a lot to learn, we believe so strongly in the potential for AI to lessen the social and economic impacts of COVID-19 […]

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How M&E Companies Can Beat Customer Churn

The number of streaming subscribers is surging amid the global shutdown. Yet customer churn is one of the direct-to-consumer industry’s harshest realities. It’s also new and uncertain territory for media and entertainment companies: As content producers, their job has been to attract audiences; as direct-to-consumer providers, it’s to keep them coming back. While there’s no […]

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What Do Clean Water and Clean Project Plans Have in Common? AI

Let’s start with water. Pumps and complex piping systems keep our houses, factories, schools and hospitals functioning. But if something goes wrong, it’s impossible to always have the right technical skills available at every pump installation. This is where AI can transform the process. We teamed up with Grundfos, one of the world’s largest pump […]

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Learning from a Day in the Life of a Data Scientist

A bank turned to one of its data scientists to predict the risk of customers missing their next collections payment, with the goal of reducing bad debt. The data scientist was fortunate enough to have access to a comprehensive data mart containing data across many dimensions – including customers, product holdings, transactions and collections activity. […]

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2019: the Year of Social Determinants of Health and Whole-Person Care

The healthcare industry has been a champion of whole-person care for decades, yet we seem no closer to a solution for proactive health management than we were in the early days of nurse advice lines and disease management programs. In the past, public and private healthcare organizations looked toward Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs to help […]

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