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Scholarly Peer Reviews Must Involve Experts

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The manner in which scholarly peer reviews are being performed in some settings today is not serving as an effective gatekeeper. Peer review is supposed to filter out invalid or otherwise inadequate work and to encourage good work. Most of the poor work that is being produced could be blocked from publication if the peer review system functioned as intended. Although some historical instances of peer review can be traced back to the 18th century, it didn’t become a routine and formal part of the scholarly publication process until after World War II.

Make BI applications more intuitive with search like GUI

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Forrester breaks down the current landscape of business intelligence platforms.

30 top master data management products

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Here are leading offerings evaluated by the MDM Institute and some of their main features.

The role of blockchain in helping organizations meet GDPR compliance

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Many have begun to consider whether the technology could be used to improve customer data management processes, as they relate to the upcoming EU mandate.

Machine learning gives organizations a leg-up on predictive analytics

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This approach to artificial intelligence enables a system to learn or 'train' itself using an initial dataset, and then improves from experience without explicit programming.

THE FUTURE OF LIFE INSURANCE: How insurtechs are tackling this notoriously tricky area of insurance

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BI Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about BI Intelligence, click here. Life insurance is a fundamentally hard product to sell, as it requires people to think about their deaths and promises no immediate rewards. The way life insurance is sold makes it doubly unattractive, as consumers have to go through an paper-based, lengthy application process and a bothersome medical exam, with little guidance from their providers, and often at high cost.

THE FUTURE OF LIFE INSURANCE: How insurtechs are tackling this notoriously tricky area of insurance

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BI Intelligence This is a preview of a research report from BI Intelligence, Business Insider's premium research service. To learn more about BI Intelligence, click here. Life insurance is a fundamentally hard product to sell, as it requires people to think about their deaths and promises no immediate rewards. The way life insurance is sold makes it doubly unattractive, as consumers have to go through an paper-based, lengthy application process and a bothersome medical exam, with little guidance from their providers, and often at high cost.

What Aspiring Data Scientists Are Looking For in Hiring Companies

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“Data scientist” is currently one of the most sought-after positions in the United States. Companies in nearly every industry have come to understand the opportunities that data capture and analysis offers, and the result has been an influx of employers looking for in-house data scientists. Positions in data science require a unique set of job skills that many professionals simply don’t possess. 

Online tech meets offline shopping at retail’s big show

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BI Intelligence This story was delivered to BI Intelligence "E-Commerce Briefing" subscribers hours before appearing on Business Insider. To be the first to know, please click here. At the National Retail Federation's (NRF) annual Big Show, BI Intelligence analysts in attendance learned that prominent retailers and their technology partners — including Neiman Marcus, Intel, and Alibaba — are focused on how to bring the best of online shopping to offline retail.

Enterprise, self-service BI hook up: MicroStrategy releases connectors for Power BI, Tableau, Qlik

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If you can't beat 'em, join 'em. MicroStrategy releases connectors to its platform for data visualization BI tools from Microsoft, Tableau and Qlik.
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