Sam Strong "Using models to predict the future"
Post on 16-Jul-2015
Using Models to Predict the Future
Using Models to Predict the FutureSam Strong, BIPBsam.email@example.com@sam_strong
ParisThursday, 5th March 2015#We believe in helping people and organisations to make better data-driven decisions.
Everything we do is driven by data. We call the identification, analysis, and visualisation of this data Business Intelligence (BI).
BIPB is a specialist Big Data & Analytics consulting firm with an established and growing global presence. Our team of experts provide an end-to-end service from technology selection advisory through to solution retirement and migration. We are here to help people and organisations to make better data-driven decisions in an increasingly complex environment.
We serve our clients globally.
Our clients have some of the most complex data challenges in the world.
Whether this is the immense variety and sensitivity of data in Top 100 Law Firms, the incredible velocity of data for major telecommunications providers, or the unprecedented volume of data processed by Tier-1 Investment Banks; we make your Big Data problem our problem.
Too SlowIm not your average Data Scientist
10 Second Challenge3
Too SlowHow about now?4#4Too SlowA roadmap through solution architecture5
#5Why not go pro?
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Lets take some time to save some time
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Human BasedData-Driven DecisionsDIData IntegrationBIPB Big Data Matrix#12The Man Vs The Machine?
Deep BlueGarry Kasparov#13Finding the best combination...14 I read a study that measured the efficiency of locomotion for various species on the planet. The condor used the least energy to move a kilometer. Humans came in with a rather unimpressive showing about a third of the way down the list....That didn't look so good, but then someone at Scientific American had the insight to test the efficiency of locomotion for a man on a bicycle and a man on a bicycle blew the condor away. That's what a computer is to me: the computer is the most remarkable tool that we've ever come up with. It's the equivalent of a bicycle for our minds
- Steve Jobs#14
Decision support, or Decision manipulation?15#15ComplexityStructureAIArtificial IntelligenceCIContext IntelligenceBIBusiness Intelligence
Human BasedData-Driven DecisionsMachine BasedData-Driven DecisionsDIData IntegrationBIPB Big Data Matrix#16
BIPB: Reassuringly boutique17#17For more information:
Sam Strong, BIPB
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