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IoT and automation help to save the world's honeybees
The internet of things, machine learning, and visual analytics can all support thriving bee colonies.
To work like a disrupter, change the way you work with data and analytics
What do companies like Netflix, Airbnb, Spotify and Lyft know that you don’t know? What do these companies have that you might be lacking?
SAS launches free COVID-19 Data Analytics Resource Hub
“SAS has always been committed to the belief that knowledge is empowering, and the COVID-19 Resource Hub is our way to inform, enable and inspire the analytics community to make a difference."
SAS launches new analytics courses for A/NZ universities
Organisations are seeking well-trained analyst graduates to help businesses gain value from their ever-increasing data volumes.
Human judges vital in crowdsourced campaign to track deforestation
The International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA) and analytics firm SAS are creating artificial intelligence (AI) based algorithms with the help of crowdsourcing.
SAS makes analytics, programming & IT courses freely available
SAS has released free online learning tools to help professionals and students keep their minds active during the global lockdowns caused by COVID-19.
How AI could be pivotal in Australia’s economic recovery from COVID-19
The key phases of crisis management are usually expressed as; Prevent, Prepare, Respond and Recover and AI is ready to contribute to all four phases even as the crisis unfolds.
SAS named as one of Asia’s Best Workplaces for 2020
The award recognises SAS’ corporate culture through means such as creativity, inclusivity, innovation, and work/life balance, and the impact on employees.
SAS enters partnership with Catapult BI to provide analytics across Australia
"The collaboration between SAS and Catapult BI combines market leading analytics with the industry’s most comprehensive, highly qualified technical data professionals."
Enlisting analytics and AI to contain the next pandemic
Given today’s proliferation of data sources and advances in technology, we are now far better equipped to address disease outbreaks.
As AI accelerates, focus on road conditions - SAS
Things are unfolding more quickly than many may have predicted – if business and technology leaders were previously taking a cautious, wait-and-see approach, today they’re all in.
Sydney Business School brings advanced analytics education to students in NSW
“Our Master of Business Analytics has been designed specifically to prepare students with the required skills to become leaders in this environment."
AI capabilities power global IoT adoption
Artificial intelligence is the key to realising value from internet of things (IoT) initiatives, according to a recent survey of global business leaders.
Who will win and who will lose in an AI-driven economy?
AI winners will be those companies that work out how to derive competitive advantage from their own unique AI initiatives, says SAS.
Hitachi Vantara redefines the world of enterprise storage
Virtual Storage Platform 5000 Series and new Hitachi Ops Center software takes speed and flexibility to a new level.
SAS backs ModelOps as a new way to unleash analytics power
“The inability to put analytics into action is one of the biggest challenges across industries,” says an IDC spokesperson.
Rapid increase in AI to detect fraud
"Criminals are finding new ways to exploit technology to commit schemes and target victims."
AI for fraud detection to triple by 2021 - ACFE
While only 13% of organisations use AI and machine learning to detect and deter fraud, another 25% plan to adopt such technologies in the next year or two.
SAS rallying analytics experts to fight the opioid epidemic
This group is one example of how analytics can be used to solve serious societal issues.
Interview: Understanding the difference between analytics and AI
"Artificial intelligence is defined as a computer making choices a human would normally make, however, that could mean a lot of things."
Interview: How CTOs should approach analytics
IT Brief had the opportunity to catch up with SAS CTO and COO Oliver Schabenberger to discuss the state of analytics and how SAS aims to help businesses along their journey.
SAS recognises global partner innovation and collaboration
“Our partners bring our software to life, creating innovative new applications to solve business problems."
How SAS helps data scientists put analytics in action
The SAS Platform automatically compares thousands of analytical models to help choose the best for a given business problem.
SAS offers Nestlé analytics solutions to improve the demand planning process
“This is the foundation for Nestlé’s next step with artificial intelligence, machine learning and other advanced analytics.”