#cdsEurope Day Two ends in ‘Big Data for Social Good’: Data Officers, Analysts and Scientists = MYTH BUSTERS!

16-09-13-chief-data-scientist-day-2First speaker Armando Vieira from Bupa Global, a health insurance company, about Deep Learning and Artificial Intelligence.

Second speaker Dan Kellett from Capital One – promising ‘certainty’ in the credit card market – by combining the understanding of statistics with the understanding of data.

His Venn diagram says:

  • Data Scientist = Machine Learning + Coding + Data Engineering

He advocates using the right tool! Here is a catalogue of data analytics tools

Mark Wall from IBM talks about Cognitive Business:

  • we can’t measure productivity;
  • we can’t measure interactivity and transactions;
  • a war on talent has been created.

Cognitive computing will transform our world:

  •  ‘Watson Virtual Agent’
  • ‘Digital Insights’ is about the visualisation of transactions
  • ‘Design Thinking’ = user outcomes + multidisciplinary teams + ‘restless reinvention’

‘Outthinking’ the competition means conceiving new opportunities:

  • our minds don’t distinguish between the ‘real’ and the ‘virtual’
  • we haven’t yet got the ‘lens of focus’
  • using tools as ‘enablers’ and ‘advisors’.

All in all, a FABULOUS event with EXCELLENT talks and discussions – ending very upbeat with Nuria Oliver who talked about Big Data for Social Good and OPAL!!!

Next, I shall compare the functionality of my prototype with IBM Watson!

 

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About Sabine Kurjo McNeill

I'm a mathematician and system analyst formerly at CERN in Geneva and became an event organiser, software designer, independent web publisher and online promoter of Open Justice. My most significant scientific contribution is www.smartknowledge.space
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