We've spent the past few weeks discussing predictive analytics in much detail. We started with an overview of predictive analytics, then took a tour of various companies doing outstanding work in predictive analytics today, and finally reviewed the awesome dashboards of Recorded Future and Sift Science. In this final post, we look at some common, yet relatively unnoticed applications of predictive analytics in our daily life.
We're back with our round-up of the biggest news on big data, business intelligence, and data visualization. Going forward, we'll be doing this on a bi-weekly schedule, which we think would be the ideal frequency. 1. Explaining machine learning to non-computer-science people Quora is a great place to find nuggets of interesting conversations between prominent… Read the rest of this entry »
Last week, we took at look at 5 startups doing cutting edge work in predictive analytics. But there really are so many examples of innovation in predictive analytics, that we couldn’t include them all in a single post, and have spread them out over to this post too. Here are 4 more startups that are paving the way for a future in predictive analytics.
In part 1 of this series on predictive analytics, we discussed the variety of data, particularly unstructured and semi-structured data, and the three types of predictive analytics. We also touched upon the approach of continual optimization of a predictive analytics system for it to become more and more accurate. With those basic concepts in place, we’re ready to take a tour of the various applications of predictive analytics as it’s used in businesses today. You can think of this as the hall of fame of predictive analytics. These businesses are playing “where the puck is going to be”