By Angel Coker, contributing writer for Ccjdigital.com
Early safety programs were reactive in nature. One driver gets a speeding ticket, and another has a backing accident. The result is all drivers get dragged into the training room to go over those issues. But now the industry has telematics and dash cameras with AI to help safety personnel target drivers based on their specific issues. Companies like Idelic are taking things a step farther with ML to help carriers not only mitigate accidents but potentially prevent them altogether, and predictive analytics is the key going forward.
By Kate Rockwood, contributing writer for Shrm.org
Crystal balls might not exist, but that doesn’t mean companies don’t have the ability to gaze into the future. Hidden among hiring choices, performance reviews and employee engagement surveys are patterns that can help employers make strategic, evidence-based decisions about the future. The trick is knowing how and where to look.
By Kyriakos Christodoulides, contributing writer for Cips.org
By understanding the different types, and their relevance to procurement, leaders and professionals can make informed decisions that lead to more optimized processes and better outcomes.
By Bhock Thompson, contributing writer for Greenprophet.com
Welcome to the future of medicine, where predictive analytics is changing how we care for patients. With the help of new technology and machine learning algorithms, doctors can now use data-driven insights to predict and prevent diseases, find high-risk patients, and ensure each person gets the appropriate treatment.
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