Canadian Olympians Owe Gold to Data Visualization
How do you train for the Olympics when your training facility is closed due to COVID? A data collection, analytics, and visualization project helped Canada keep its athletes safe as they got ready for the Tokyo summer games.
SAS Founders Call Off Sales Talks with Broadcom
Longtime analytics giant SAS briefly entertained the idea of being acquired by semiconductor giant Broadcom. Now that the talks are off, what's next for the 45-year-old enterprise stalwart?
How IT Leaders Can Adopt an Automation Mindset
Too often, IT pros focus on one-off problems instead of leveraging automation to drive long-term innovation. Instead, IT leaders should adopt the big-picture mindset of a Formula 1 champion.
How to Enable Data at Operational Speed
Achieving data at operational speed requires a fundamentally different mentality than looking to the past for answers. Here are three steps companies can take.
AI at Your Service
Here's how artificial intelligence in customer service optimizes employee and customer experiences.
10 Ways Enterprises Can Use the Edge
Edge computing is very much a work in progress, but there are several interesting use cases at work today and more anticipated for the future. Here's a look at the possibilities.
How AI Can Save the World, or Not
Lead artificial intelligence advisor to the United Nations, Neil Sahota shares his perspectives on major UN AI projects and the major challenges to AI today.
7 Steps to AI Success
Demand for artificial intelligence is growing, but success rates are underwhelming. Here's what you can do to maximize the value from your AI deployment.
Predictions for AI in 2021
We look past the hype to provide some real-world predictions for artificial intelligence in the enterprise next year.