One of the best parts of my job is hearing about all the cool ways people are using data for good. Increasingly, many of these stories are related to the Internet of Things, including: Smart pills that help patients stick to their treatment regimens. These ingestible sensors can monitor patients’ [...]
In an IoT world, everything is connected. But what does it mean to be connected? Does it mean being plugged in to your phone, car, home, TV, favorite apps and retailers? Does it mean knowing what’s happening all around you? And having the “things” you’re connected to acting as recommender [...]
Are you getting the most out of consumer IoT data? was published on SAS Voices by Norm Marks
Let me start by posing a question: "Are you forecasting at the edge to anticipate what consumers want or need before they know it?" Not just forecasting based on past demand behavior, but using real-time information as it is streaming in from connected devices on the Internet of Things (IoT). [...]
Forecasting at the edge for real-time demand execution was published on SAS Voices by Charlie Chase
Jim Harris discusses how the lines between data management and analytics are fading.
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Two minutes in, I knew the 2017 SAS Global Forum Technology Connection would be anything but typical or average. Maybe that’s because SAS’ Chief Technology Officer Oliver Schabenberger was running the show, and nothing he does is ever typical or average. His first surprise of the morning was his entrance. [...]
In 1990, the internet took on its most recognizable form. It brought connection, knowledge and speed that was previously inaccessible. Fast-forward 27 years, and I get asked a lot about the most recent form of the internet – the internet of things (IoT). And while I think the current possibilities [...]
David Loshin extends his exploration of ethical issues surrounding automated systems and event stream processing to encompass data quality and risk considerations.
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I’m drawn to immersive analytics (IA) because it covers areas I’ve been looking at since 2012, and have been publishing on since early 2014, like virtual reality and data worlds. I’m retroactively applying the cool new term IA (not to be confused with AI for artificial intelligence) to all of my activities [...]