A new term has hit the wind, “citizen data scientists.” These data workers are the cheaper, good-enough version of the gold standard, the data scientists. Where does it work, if anyplace at all? In the business world, this windy … [Continue reading] about The one place “citizen data scientist” makes sense Another BI bauble or actually useful?
Transportation expert Bob McQueen, consultant to Teradata and other vendors, suggests that transit operators offer riders a deal: their data for use of their location, speed, and other details. But at first it's only for an in-house experiment. First … [Continue reading] about Users’ transit data for a money-back guarantee Rising value of transit data prompts a fair exchange
Transportation expert Bob McQueen, consultant to Teradata and other data-industry clients, says it's time that public transit operators institute money-back guarantees. He sees these being done first as an in-house experiment that can be later rolled … [Continue reading] about 1-BobMcQueen, money back guarantees in transit
For ages, farmers held a finger to the wind and called it analytics. Every season, that finger and a lifetime of observation said when to plant, what pests to kill, and when to harvest. Every year, it started all over again. As you might … [Continue reading] about Precision agriculture grows up, changes the game
Teradata has been morphing into its new self for a few years now, and last week they tied a ribbon on it. They've got a few new phrases, a new logo, and a new tagline — all to tell the world they're about more now than the data foundation, they … [Continue reading] about The new Teradata in three words What color is "pervasive" now, and what color will it acquire?