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Article | May 20, 2020
We’re dealing with more data in the enterprise than ever before. Headlines blare that “data is valuable” but, that’s only true if the information you have is of high quality. The question becomes, how do you know if your data is high-quality? This post explores the concept of big data quality and why it is a challenge, why the enterprise needs it, and what solution you can use to ensure the quality of big data.
Thirty years ago, I discovered the Claris Platform as a student building apps for a summer job that helped pay my way through university. The skills I learned as a Claris developer helped me land my first job after school, and defined my career since. I hear similar stories from many members of our Community - problem solvers in almost any job function.But now, COVID-19 has had enormous impact on business, especially on small businesses. And with increasing unemployment, we know displaced workers and graduating students are facing a tough job market. We want to help.
When you first got your business off the ground, you may or may not have paid much attention to the technologies that would be available to you in the years to come—like machine learning. Machine learning was the stuff of science fiction just decades ago; now it’s practically everywhere. So, what is machine learning? Simply put, machine learning is a subset of artificial intelligence in which computer algorithms learn from large datasets in order to make more accurate predictions over time. Obviously, it’s a lot more complicated than that, but it poses numerous benefits to business owners—assuming it’s used the right way. Here are five tips for successfully adopting machine learning technologies in your day-to-day operations.
As the world looks for a way to manage the spread of the coronavirus while getting back to a more familiar way of living, how can apps provide a solution that is both effective and respects the privacy of all citizens?It seems that no other app has attracted so much attention over the past weeks as the coronavirus app, described as a powerful tool to curb the spread of COVID-19 so we can go back to normal life.
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