Data Science stories - Page 2
TIBCO recognised by Gartner, TrustRadius for data science
High customer satisfaction as TIBCO deepens commitment to data science projects that positively impact society.
Using data science to improve threat prevention
With a large amount of good quality data and strong algorithms, companies can develop highly effective protective measures.
Data science firm Alteryx ramps up APAC expansion
Alteryx says it is committed to helping companies across the globe increase data literacy and fuel a culture of analytics by providing a platform that simultaneously addresses the needs of the data analyst, data scientist and citizen data scientist.
Crime-busting software scoops PM's Science Prize
“DNA profile analysis is a really powerful tool for identifying individuals as possible suspects but it’s also important for being able to exclude or exonerate an individual as well.”
SAS a machine learning Leader in 2019 Magic Quadrant
For the sixth year in a row, SAS has been named a leader in the Magic Quadrant for Data Science and Machine Learning.
Tech savvy and business smart: The rising demand for soft skills in IT
"There is a growing desire among employers for a different type of data scientist, one that can talk both technology and business."
Speed and proactive approach essential for cybersecurity confidence
Just last year, nearly 4,500 cases of malware and ransomware were reported in Australia alone per the ACCC.
ResponSight’s real-time enterprise risk intelligence thrives in Australia
"While boards and business leaders want to understand their organisation’s cyber risk posture, the way that most measure risk is arbitrary."
Department of Health trials secure blockchain-based health research project
The DoH was looking for a platform that could give researchers access to medical data, while also preventing that data from being re-identified.
Oracle bolsters AI and ML capability with DataScience.com acquisition
DataScience.com is a platform that enables data scientists to deliver business-changing insights while leveraging big data and ML.
IBM’s new AI-team to help businesses make most of new platform
IBM is preparing for the expected AI explosion with a new platform for machine learning and a team of expert consultants.
Dames, professors & CEOs come together to draw more Kiwi women into data science
The New Zealand leg of the event is building on a global movement of inspiring more women to enter and excel in the data science industry.
Algorithm-friendly C.Vs & data analytics: How recruitment is expected to change in 2018
Unless you are a contract or temporary worker - do not change jobs too frequently as turnover can be factored into the criteria AI screens for.
Teradata's new analytics platform addresses data science skills shortage
The Accelerator can move projects from conception to production in weeks rather than months.
Oracle Data Cloud launches Australian audience data solution
This announcement marks the first availability of Australia-specific audiences from the Oracle Data Cloud.
AI data scientist startup secures AU$16m in Series-A funding
The capital raised will be invested directly into the expansion of Hyper Anna’s operations to international markets that include Asia and the US.
Automation strikes again: Data Science jobs at risk, is there opportunity for channel?
"Making data science products easier for citizen data scientists to use will increase vendors' reach across the enterprise."
Citizen data science to skyrocket by 2019, says Gartner
By 2020, more than 40% of data science tasks will be automated, which means citizen data scientists will be able to use more information.
Survey reveals ANZ organisations evolving to become more data-centric
ANZ organisations are on their way to becoming data-centric and will eventually leave simple data analytics behind, says Teradata.
Govt calls forth Kiwi developers & data scientists for Open Data Fellowships
The government is calling forth data scientists and developers for an Open Data fellowship with Land Information NZ & The Wellington City Council.