We live in exciting times for BI. There has been at least a decade since we saw so much disruptiveness on this industry: AI agents that give business advices, voice interfaces, automatic generated visualizations, self-preparation data… The way we interact with data is changing for good and we just can’t wait to see what 2017 will bring us. With the help of our partners ImproveCX and TechStorm we predicted the Business Intelligence trends for the next year. (more…)
Simplifying the life of Humans is the main objective of all technology but not every piece of technology is easy to work with. However, it seems that finally we are moving towards a world where “computers work like people behave” and not the other way around.
According to a survey from Fortune Knowledge Group, mentioned by The Telegraph, “62% of executives feel it’s necessary to rely on gut feelings to make decisions”.
We all know that data driven decisions increase our chances of nailing better results, but the temptation to rely on instincts still takes in, the question is why?
Technology’s ultimate goal is to simplify our lives. Everything that has been created through the centuries, has been done with the intention of simplifying the way we interact with each other and the world around us. Now we take a step further.
Machine learning is not a new term, but in the last few years it has been brought to the spotlight due to technological advances and bets made by major players like Google and Facebook.