Much is being written about the economy of everything—from the cloud and big data to APIs, the internet of things, and artificial intelligence. But where does the analytics economy fit in? Just like other economies, the analytics economy offers new ways for organizations to disrupt traditional business models (or be disrupted themselves), but doing so requires realization of value driven from the application of analytics to data.
Fiona McNeill shares SAS’s vision and roadmap for meeting the unique challenges of the analytics economy, including thoughts on intersections with related technologies like machine learning, deep learning, cognitive computing, and more.
This session is sponsored by SAS.
Fiona McNeill is global text analytics product manager at SAS, where she focuses on new, emerging analytical technology. Fiona has been described as a pioneer in the field of analytics and has helped organizations in virtually every industry, including some of the largest global organizations, derive tangible benefit from the strategic use of technology applied to real-world business scenarios. Fiona is a well-known speaker, author, and innovator in the field of analytics. She coauthored Heuristics in Analytics and is a member of the Cognitive Computing Consortium working group.
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