By Kerem Gülen, contributing writer for Dataconomy.com
Data management enables a business process to be more efficient. The majority of contemporary organizations are aware of the value of data. This frequently means depending on the reports produced by the third-party software platforms they use daily for small firms. It is important to combine this data into a single, standardized source at some point. Data management is a business process required to organize and secure this valuable information properly.
By Kathy Leake, contributing writer for Newsweek.com
In today’s world, businesses have a wealth of data at their fingertips. However, data will be of no use to a business if it is not utilized to gain insights and make informed decisions to enhance business operations. Business intelligence, or BI, helps businesses achieve this goal. BI is a technology-driven way of analyzing information and delivering actionable insights that can help managers, executives and end users gain detailed insights that aid them in making decisions. It helps people to assist in making decisions on what they can do for getting insights.
By Staff Writer, contributing writer for Mining.com
A recent study published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, presents two novel machine learning techniques to identify new, deeply buried porphyry copper deposits by characterizing magma fertility.
By Suresh Chintada, contributing writer for Rtinsights.com
Adopting Artificial Intelligence (AI) is no longer just to gain competitive advantage; it has become table stakes for mere business survival. However, today’s acute shortage of data scientists combined with the continuous effort to automate laborious tasks is posing unprecedented challenges for enterprises. Automated machine learning (AutoML) is poised to help.
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