Augmented Data Discovery Provides Users with Crucial Answers

Automated Analytics: A Tool for User AND Business Success
Advanced Data Discovery Can and Should Be Available to All! Advanced Data Discovery allows business users to perform early prototyping and to test hypothesis without the skills of a data scientist. Advanced Data Discovery ensures data democratization and can drastically reduce the time and cost of analysis and experimentation.
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Smarter, Better, Faster Data Discovery

Business Users Want MORE: Simple, Advanced Data Discovery
The Next, Even Better Gift: Advanced Data Discovery Tools! Have you ever noticed that when you give someone something, they often want more? This is especially true when they really like what you gave them! As the concept of business analytics becomes more main stream and business users embrace the possibilities, they (and their managers) want and expect even more tools and more potential. They want better solutions. BUT, don't make the mistake of interpreting the need for more sophistication and detail as a need for more complexity. Business users are still business users and, as organizations pursue the natural progression of business analytics, the emergence of  Advanced Data Discovery enables those same business users to enjoy the benefits of more sophistication, more possibilities and more data sharing without the need for IT staff or data scientist involvement.
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Clickless Analytics – Disambiguating George (Part 2 of ∞)

Clickless Analytics – Disambiguating George (Part 2 of ∞)
Does not look like a technical heading? It is as serious as my other stuff. And I have forgiven the definition of technical for being ambiguous. The problem for working in a Clickless world starts with the meaning as meant in the input. So, a simple phrase “come on George” Could mean multiple things. A classic problem which the bot engine developers are resolving by using patterns and machine learning. “Come on” said by a mother, boyfriend, boss, colleague, store keeper, the barista could mean entirely different things at different times depending on the previous sentences.
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