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Complete List of Chatbot, AI & Data Science Conferences in 2017

AI tech is rapidly growing, and so are the number of chatbot, data science, and AI conferences to discuss the future of this technology. We've compiled a list of conferences, events, and summits for 2018 (and the remainder of 2017):  2017 The AI Summit When: December 5th to  6th Where: New York City, NY Summary: Only open to qualified business leaders, the summit includes 2017 Industry Partners Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud Platform, DRYiCE, IBM Watson, Microsoft, Sapient Razorfish, Facebook, and PwC.

5 Ways to Make Big Data Investment Work For Your Organization

Big data is gradually percolating every technology from AI to autonomous cars to IoT, with companies continuing to invest heavily on Big Data Analytics. However, if you blindly spend on building infrastructure and buying tools, without really thinking about how to derive value from your data, then it will only do more harm than good for your organization. Here are 5 ways to ensure that your big data investment achieve the desired result and deliver the promised value for your organization.

AIG taps Clearwater Analytics for investment portfolio data management

Vendor will provide insurer with an automated cloud-based platform offering portfolio data, accounting entries and reporting tools.

Roku has tripled since going public — and traders betting against the stock are getting crushed (ROKU)

Reuters / Brendan McDermid Roku has tripled since going public in late September, spiking on Monday after reporting sales that beat Wall Street estimates. Traders betting against Roku have lost more than $100 million since the company's initial public offering. When it comes to television these days, it never pays to bet against the cord-cutters. Traders in newly-public Roku are finding that out the hard way.

Personalizing the retail supply chain with predictive analytics

It has never been more critical for retailers to leverage data to create the convenience and the experiences that consumers crave.

Researchers — Share Your Data!

One of the most popular shows in the early years of television was hosted by Art Linkletter, which included a segment called “Kids say the darndest things.” Linkletter would have conversations with young children who could be counted on to say things that adults found entertaining. I’ve experienced my own version of this in recent years that could be described as “Researchers say the darndest things.” My conversations with the authors of data visualization research studies have often featured shocking statements that would be amusing if they weren’t so potentially harmful.

How Big Data is Changing the Future of Renewable Energy Sector

According to the latest issue of the U.S. Energy Information Administration’s (EIA) Electric Power Monthly, renewable energy sources accounted for 19.35% of net U.S. electrical generation during the first quarter of 2017. This share is likely to increase as the renewable industry continues to embrace latest big data tools and technology. In fact, big data seems to be everywhere these days. While government agencies are using it to improve their decision-making processes, private corporations and marketing agencies are using it to target specific consumer segments.

The Truth About Data Scientists – It’s A Lot Bigger than Big Data

With the explosion of big data and analytics in popular corporate culture, Data Scientists are suddenly the cool kids at the lunch table. I love that the career I’ve dedicated my life to is getting such traction, but I’d like to clear up a few things. While you may have only just heard of the term, Data Science isn’t new. I’ve spent 20 years working with multiple Fortune 100 and Fortune 500 companies as a data scientist – helping them clear up the data and bring logic to an emotional world.

Fueling the Data-Driven Enterprise: Eight Critical Elements

Strong data governance provides the foundation for successful business intelligence

That $1,000 iPhone X actually costs about $370 to make, report claims

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Saving for an iPhone X? Perhaps you've sold a car or taken an extra job to finance the ultra-expensive new Apple phone? Well, you'll probably be disappointed to know that the $999+ iPhone X actually costs around $370 to produce, according to IHS Markit.  SEE ALSO: Let's take a trip down iPhone memory lane The business intelligence company's engineers have torn down the iPhone X and estimated that the 64GB variant of the device is made of $370.25 worth of materials.  This makes the iPhone X the most expensive phone to make.
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