Women in Data Science Are Invisible. We Can Change That Claudia…

Women in Data Science Are Invisible. We Can Change That
Claudia…

Women in Data Science Are Invisible. We Can Change That
Claudia Perlich, wired.com
I have to admit that I never really gave the number of women in data science much thought until recently. Maybe it was because, by some lucky accident, my NYU faculty advisor’s two other PhD students also happened to be female. And about half of m…

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Bright lights, big cities, bigger data
BY SHALENE GUPTA,…

Bright lights, big cities, bigger data
BY SHALENE GUPTA, fortune.com
Four big data projects that are changing U.S. cities for the better.The future lies in the bright twinkling lights of the cities. (Fortune’s own Leigh Gallagher even wrote a book, The End of the Suburbs, about it.) And the numbers…

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Forget “information” – CIOs should be chief integration…

Forget “information” – CIOs should be chief integration officers, says former CIO
Barb Darrow, gigaom.com
Chief information officers (CIOs) who feel bloodied by the consumerization of IT and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) waves roiling the corporate landscape had better get a grip because they ain’t seen nothing yet, according to one former CIO.“If y…

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Winning the race with analytics: The speed advantage | The Big…

Winning the race with analytics: The speed advantage | The Big Data Hub
Glenn Finch, Global Leader for Technology and Data in the Business Analytics and Strategy Practice, IBM
Today, IBM launches the 2014 IBM Institute for Business Value analytics study, and I am so excited to tell you about it. In our six years of conducting this type of fact-based research, we have never seen data as powerful as this year’s findings.
In 2014, several significant shifts occurred in the world of big data—shiSee Original Article

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