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  • SAS’s CEO-in-waiting lays out company's AI-driven future

    The CEO-in-waiting of analytics software firm SAS, Oliver Schabenberger, has set out the company’s strategy to help clients bring more automation to their data science and AI efforts, at an event in Sydney this morning.

    Written by George Nott14 June 19 14:09
  • AI firm takes ‘Quantium’ leap in hyperconverged data space

    Over three years into the role and Quantium IT director, Craig Taylor, says he hasn’t got comfortable - and that’s a good thing considering the state of flux and constant change in the IT industry. In particular, the data science and AI realm that Taylor lives and breathes.

    Written by Jennifer O'Brien14 June 19 11:16
  • Rambo and the machine learning models helping Sportsbet up its games

    ​A Netflix-style recommendation engine on steroids, a Google AdWords beater and a souped-up game simulator are among a number of machine learning models at work behind the scenes at online bookmaker Sportsbet, the company has revealed.

    Written by George Nott06 March 18 10:44
  • Where are technology skills heading in 2016?

    Next year will see increased demand for user experience, data science and cyber security skills, with non-traditional forms of education gaining traction in the market, according to analysts.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett21 Dec. 15 15:55
  • Where is data analytics heading in 2016?

    Companies doing data analytics next year will focus on refining data, move away from filling huge data warehouses, and start using external sources to gain richer insights, according to analysts.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett07 Dec. 15 14:24
  • Data scientists: Question the integrity of your data

    If there’s one lesson website traffic data can teach you, it’s that information is not always genuine. Yet, companies still base major decisions on this type of data without questioning its integrity.

    Written by Rebecca Merrett05 Aug. 15 16:06
  • How eHarmony uses data science for matchmaking

    There have been 11,000 marriages as a result of people meeting on eHarmony Australia since its launch in 2007. So how does the company help to bring couples together?

    Written by Hamish Barwick18 Sept. 14 16:05
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