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Predictive Analytics World – Take 1

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Much to my chagrin, I had to return to wintry Chicago late Wednesday night from a delightful visit to sunny and 60ish San Francisco for Predictive Analytics World, February 2010. And, like last year, I was pleasantly surprised by the overall quality of the meeting. But whereas then the conference was version one with low expectations, my fear this year was for simply a repetition of last. Not to worry: the several hundred participants were treated to a splendid show. Kudos again to conference chair Eric Siegel and producers Prediction Impact, Inc. and Rising Media Ltd.

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