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Uber Creates AI Lab, Buying Startup Geometric Intelligence
The goal is to improve the algorithms Uber uses to match drivers with passengers, and seek new techniques for building self-driving cars. Read More »
As analytical efforts mature at an organization, it becomes increasingly important to build cross-functional teams in which data science is the primary focus and tool. Read More »
The new technology was unveiled at Amazon's re:Invent conference, which drew 32,000 people from financial services, healthcare and other industries. Read More »
Investments in cloud computing will continue aggressively in 2017, but many organizations will opt for multi-cloud environments in their data centers. Read More »
The study found that the typical chief data officer has been in their role for an average of 2.4 years, while the chief analytics officer tenure is 2.6 years. Read More »
DARPA predictions include the possibility that devices or applications will be capable of being launched by human thoughts. Read More »
CDOs are adding to the competitiveness of their organizations by contributing to strategic planning and decision making, and by leading digital business initiatives, the report noted. Read More »
Novarica polled insurers on their top 3 priorities for IT spend in 2017, aggregating the responses. Read More »
Blockchain is likely to play a major role in the reshaping of insurance, but many carriers are still in learning mode. Read More »
Truly infusing an insurance organization with data-driven decision-making cannot start with hiring external employees and building stand-alone departments. It must start with frontline employees. Read More »
Several large insurers have been asked to rationalize their use of occupation in setting auto insurance rates, reports The Wall Street Journal. Read More »
The insurance software gains refined focus on UK, reinsurance markets with buys. Read More »
The role of the chief data officer is rising in both numbers and clout. Gartner Group’s new study on “The State of the Office of the CDO” examines what this means for both the organization and the individual. Read More »

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