The Dataiku Blog

Quantum Computing: Cats, Crushes, and Chemistry

According to a report by the Semiconductor Industry Association, we will run out of electricity to power computers by 2040 if we don’t radically improve computing efficiency. This is one of the...

machine learning, quantum computing, deep learning | July 30, 2018 | Megan Fang

First Data Project? Go Tandem! (AVISIA at Play)

If you were going skydiving for the first time, you’d definitely want to go tandem and be attached to an experienced instructor to make sure things go right. And for data projects, while the risk...

partnerships, data science, organization | July 27, 2018 | Anaïs Kassapian

Year 3 of Data, Beer, & Inspiration

Two years ago, we hosted our first Meetup in NYC. Our goal? Community. We’re still at it today, and our data community is growing stronger than ever. But as it grows, we want to know more about...

Meetup, Corporate, community | July 23, 2018 | Anna Alonso

Why AI Isn’t A Black Box (And Its Business Value)

Artificial intelligence (AI) is a powerful and growing field, but some are still hesitant to employ it, seeing it as a black box. However, if you take a second to step outside the box (see what we...

data science, ai, black box | July 17, 2018 | Megan Fang

I Can’t Afford to Hire a Data Scientist. Now What?

By now, it’s no secret that Harvard University named Data Scientist the sexiest job of the 21st century. Yet unfortunately, not every company can afford to hire one of these little superheros -...

data science, ngo, Academic | July 11, 2018 | Eva Neuner

Top-Down vs. Bottom-Up Approaches to Data Science

Data projects are generally organized in one of two ways: top-down (that is, starting with the business question) or bottom-up (starting with the data and working up to insights). But is there a...

data science, operationalization, strategy | July 10, 2018 | Alex Reutter

From the Sidewalk to the Saddle: Data and the Tour de France

As the third largest sporting event, it’s no wonder that the Tour de France (which kicks off July 7th) has engaged in the data revolution. The goal is to offer real-time insights to the estimated...

iot, sports analytics, predictive analytics | July 06, 2018 | Lisa Bardet

Data Science at Scale: Six Major Trends

Last week, Dataiku hosted an EGG-citing day of presentations and panel discussions from industry leaders and experts. The insights they provided tell us a lot about the current state of data...

egg, scale, data science | July 05, 2018 | Robert Jett

Boost Computation Power and Speed with Snowflake

Make them feel special-- this is key in marketing, business, and dating.  

It’s no different in the tech world. Companies want products with more functionality and customizability,  and a plugin...

machine learning, cloud computing, databases | July 02, 2018 | Megan Fang

The Secrets of Successful Data Science Education

As data-related roles continue to be some of the most in-demand across enterprises worldwide, education for budding data scientists, analysts, engineers, etc., becomes increasingly important.

Academic, Education, Data Science Basics | June 28, 2018 | Eva Neuner

Why Data Science Projects Fail

Data science teams are not that different from other teams within a company. So why do 85 percent of their projects fail?A quick Google search of the question “Why do data science project fail”...

Team, business, strategy | June 27, 2018 | Robert Jett

O16n On The House: Housing Predictions Made Easy

A big problem in machine learning (ML) is data scarcity, but operationalizing ML is an even bigger problem for enterprises (and is often overshadowed by the excitement for big data). Dataiku 4.3...

data science, machine learning, operationalization | June 25, 2018 | Megan Fang

Data Science in Trading: Why it Matters and How to Execute

Data science has created a new capacity for powerful analysis by traders that, so far, few have taken advantage of. While quants have been doing data science for awhile now, traders have been...

trading, banking, machine learning | June 22, 2018 | Alexandre Hubert

5 Lingering Questions in 2018 + 5 Budding Trends to Watch for 2019

We’re now officially halfway to 2019 (or 2018 is half over, if you’re a glass-half-empty type), and this year was supposed to be the one where all kinds of companies made revolutionary strides in...

organization, ai, data science | June 20, 2018 | Lynn Heidmann

NLP In Under 5 Min

AI is the sexiest trend in tech, and NLP (Natural Language Processing) is one of its many branches. NLP is the ability of a machine to understand and “speak” (generate) the human language. 

data science, machine learning, NLP | June 18, 2018 | Megan Fang

WTF is Operationalization (O16n)?

Once a data science project has progressed through the stages of data cleaning and preparation, analysis and experimentation, modeling, testing, and evaluation, it reaches a critical point. One...

business, operationalization, collaboration | June 14, 2018 | Alan Byrne

Our 2018 FIFA World Cup Bet: Train It Like Beckham

The 2018 FIFA World Cup starts tomorrow, and we decided to use Dataiku to predict not only who will win overall but also how far France, England, and Germany will go (we tried to include Italy too...

data science, predictive analytics, machine learning | June 13, 2018 | Pierre Le Jeune

Sushi, Grand Greyhounds, & Data Stars: EGG UK 2018 Awaits

Since the Dataiku UK office opened, we’ve attended countless events of all kinds everywhere in London. We’ve had more than our fair share of looooong trips to the Excel Center, the O2, or to dark...

Corporate, Events, egg | June 12, 2018 | Romain Doutriaux

Dataiku comes with Visual AutoML (And You Didn’t Even Know About It!)

Inspired by the latest CDiscount tech post giving an overview of some MetaML solutions, we thought this would be the perfect time to also talk about MetaML. Because what could be more meta than to...

data science, machine learning, autoML | June 11, 2018 | Leo Dreyfus-Schmidt

Insights for Good: The Women and Children’s Health Research Institute

Efficient data science at scale is a topic that is not only of interest for big companies, but also (and particularly) for academics and non-profits due to their often limited time and financial...

organization, Partnership, ngo | June 07, 2018 | Eva Neuner
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