IDC Publishes Digital Innovation Framework to Guide Enterprises Toward Their Future as Digital Innovators and Software Producers

Software is becoming a bigger piece of how every enterprise competes in the digital economy. To succeed, enterprises need to become a “digital innovation factory,” creating and distributing digital products and services with digital-native speed and scale.

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4 Big Data Strategies to Boost Engagement of Your Blog

Big data is becoming more important in many businesses. The global market for big data was $189 billion last year and is expected to explode by 2022.
However, many smaller businesses aren’t relying on it as much as they should. Blogs are a prime example. You can use big data to get a lot more value from your blog and boost engagement.

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Should You Trust SSAI in CTV Advertising?

If you are a savvy marketer (or on your path to becoming one), you’ve probably heard about CTV advertising. Some are excited about it and say this is what you should be putting your money into. Others, however, take CTV ads with the grain of salt.
At Fiksu we believe that CTV has enormous potential but at the same time it has technology vulnerabilities that open the door to fraudsters.

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Becoming a Data Scientist Podcast Special Episode

The hosts of Becoming a Data Scientist podcast, Partially Derivative podcast, Adversarial Learning podcast, and some other awesome data people that do elections forecasting for their day jobs joined together for this talk about the US election and the subsequent major questions surrounding the predictions, since basically all of them heavily leaned toward a different overall outcome than we got.

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Thoughts on reviewing

During ICML reviews I noticed that my personal take on reviewing is becoming increasingly distinct from my peers. Personally, I want to go to a conference and come away with renewed creativity and productivity. Thus, I like works that are thought provoking, groundbreaking, or particularly innovative; even if the execution is a bit off.

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Podcast Special Episode 2 – The Future of AI with Dr. Ed Felten

In this audio-only Becoming a Data Scientist Podcast Special Episode, I interview Dr. Ed Felten, Deputy U.S. Chief Technology Officer, about the Future of Artificial Intelligence (from The White House!).
You can stream or download the audio at this link (download by right-clicking on the player and choosing “Save As”), or listen to it in podcast players like iTunes and Stitcher.

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Google Marketing Platform: Where DoubleClick Merges with Google Analytics 360 Suite

Users are becoming more and more aware of how brands are communicating with them and what mechanism is used in utilizing their data for marketing and we now more than ever users want more control. With multiple channels and formats…
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Another tip for becoming a better programmer

I had more than the two tips on becoming a better programmer than I gave in the last post but I had run out of margarita. Now, being replenished with tequila and fresh lime by The Invisible Developer, here are two more. He often tells me that I should refer to myself as a developer and not a programmer because that is beneath me. I have never pretended to be cool.

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Managing risk in machine learning

Considerations for a world where ML models are becoming mission critical.In this post, I share slides and notes from a keynote I gave at the Strata Data Conference in New York last September. As the data community begins to deploy more machine learning (ML) models, I wanted to review some important considerations.
Let’s begin by looking at the state of adoption.

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5 Best Practices for Building a program to become data-driven

There are organizational and technology components critical for a business to succeed in becoming data-driven. On the organizational side, a key component to succeeding with data and analytics is to create a culture that supports these efforts. Companies that succeed are typically goal-driven, transparent, empowering, and collaborative.

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Becoming a Data Scientist Episode 17: Andrew Therriault

In the first episode of the Becoming a Data Scientist podcast recorded in front of a live audience, Renee interviews Andrew Therriault – formerly the Director of Data Science for the Democratic National Committee & Chief Data Officer for the City of Boston, and currently Data Science Manager at Facebook – about how he learned data science, what advice he has for people who want to learn data s

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