From artificial intelligence, to predictive analytics, to ransomware security, to the changing role of the chief data officer, tech leaders sound off on the top technology trends that we will see in 2017.
The 2,550-sq. foot command center is touted as the first-of-its-kind in healthcare, combining systems engineering, predictive analytics and situational awareness to better manage patient care and safety.
MONDO has released its annual Tech Salary Guide for 2017. Yesterday we looked at salary ranges for top positions in IT, security, and cloud computing. Today we visit the top paying jobs in data and business intelligence.
Predictive analytics, common for decades in other industries, is now a growing force for monitoring and managing business technology, and has the potential to put us back in control of our runaway technology.
The focus on big data in 2017 will be on the value of that data, according to John Schroeder, executive chairman and founder of MapR Technologies, Inc. Schroeder offers his predictions on the 6 trends in big data we can expect.
Automated analysis of data is widely used to make decisions on university admissions, on hiring, even policing strategy, and the practice often reinforces racial discrimination, despite its seeming objectivity.