Ahead of Corinum’s Annual Chief Data & Analytics Officer Public Sector event (30-31 May 2018), we caught up with Paul Stone, Open Data Leader, NZ Open Data Programme at Stats New Zealand to discuss the implementation of open data and the challenges around it. Could you give us an overview of the role of… Read more.
Ahead of Corinum’s Annual Chief Data & Analytics Officer Public Sector event (30-31 May 2018), we caught up with Kate Carruthers, Chief Data Officer, UNSW. Corinium: Have you seen many government departments and agencies starting to take advantage of IoT capabilities? [KC] I think it is still early days for government in respect of IoT, some… Read more.
We recently caught up with Caroline Carruthers, Group Director of Data Management, Lowell Group and Peter Jackson, Chief Data Officer, Southern Water regarding their newly-released book, “The Chief Data Officer’s Playbook“, and we asked them if they would be happy to share their favourite chapter ahead Chief Data & Analytics Officer, UK event in London… Read more.
One of the great challenges for Data Scientists is the need to deliver real value to their organization. This was clearly apparent at the end of November, when over 100 data science and AI leaders came together in San Francisco to share experiences, tackle common challenges, and discuss the role of leading data science &… Read more.
2017 has been a very big year for data and analytics, with huge strides made in data science, artificial intelligence (AI) and dry cliché’s about “data being the new oil” are largely disappearing. At Corinium we have seen many trends in data and analytics come and go over the years, so we have looked at… Read more.
When it comes to inbound marketing methodology, email marketing is a key way of letting your email subscriber list know about new products they might be interested in using and other valuable aspects of creating a partnership with your organization. If you want to optimize your inbound marketing methodology, it is vital that you fine-tune… Read more.
This year saw a huge surge in the amount of cyber security attacks. Security breaches can be very costly and devastating, so should you be worried about the security of your websites and online accounts? If you hold any kind of database or customer data, you need to take steps to ensure that your online… Read more.
Can Machines Really Beat Doctors? Artificial Intelligence More Likely to Diagnose Cardiac and Lung Problems
It was reported in the news recently that researchers at an Oxford Hospital in the UK have developed artificial intelligence (AI) that can diagnose scans for heart disease and lung cancer more effectively than if the same conditions were diagnosed by an actual doctor. The system, it is said, will save billions of pounds to… Read more.
The Age of the Machines – navigating the intelligent automation landscape and cutting through the hype
Ahead of Corinum’s AUTOMATE: 2018 event in Melbourne (27-28 February 2018) we caught up with Michelle Hannan-Brown, Process Engineering Manager, CoE Process Engineering, Westpac (NZ), to talk about best practice and her thoughts about what the age of the machines will mean for business. There is a lot of buzz at the moment around AI, RPA,… Read more.
The Transformation of Business Intelligence and Analytics Through Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence
Over the last ten years there has been a strong trend in business intelligence (BI) and analytics being very much “self-service” but it is predicted that in 2018 and beyond, this will change. How exactly will these changes manifest themselves in the world of data and analytics? It is already evident that there is a… Read more.