The Dataiku Blog

Why Operationalization is Hard (But It Doesn’t Have to Be)

Flashback to 2004, start year of Project Purple, which would later give birth to a piece of engineering that has shaped the world as we know today: the iPhone. In 2006, after $150 million invested...

Production, data science, operationalization | April 30, 2019 | Sofiane Fessi

Top 13 Data Science Resources for Analysts

Analysts are eager to dive into new challenges, but you've only got part of the picture if you don't have all the information necessary to understand new industries and technologies. That's why we...

data science, machine learning, Analysts | April 25, 2019 | Claire Carroll

Planning & Forecasting in the Age of AI

Forecasting and planning are some of the very oldest use cases of modern statistics - businesses as far back as the 1950s used computer-based modeling to anticipate risks and make decisions. But...

data science, supply chain, forecasting | April 05, 2019 | Lynn Heidmann

Do More Machine Learning & AI (Without More Data Scientists)

Let’s face it - almost no business today can afford to hire the amount of data scientists it would take to go from producing one machine learning model to 1,000 (or for that matter, 1 million)...

organization, data science, scale | March 01, 2019 | Lynn Heidmann

4 Reasons Santa Needs Machine Learning & AI

You know how the song goes - he’s making a list, he’s checking it twice. But if you ask us, all Santa Claus should really be doing come December is doing some light maintenance on his machine...

data science, recommendation systems, predictive maintenance | December 24, 2018 | Lynn Heidmann

Exploring the Gender Pay Gap with Publicly Available Data

There are plenty of studies that discuss the gender pay gap (here’s just one example). But as a data practitioner, I find those studies a bit frustrating. Not because I reject these pay gaps, but...

data science, dataiku, data project | December 12, 2018 | Alexandre Hubert

Why Machine Learning Interpretability Matters

Even though machine learning (ML) has been around for decades, it seems that in the last year, much of the news (notably in mainstream media) surrounding it has turned to interpretability -...

data science, machine learning, interpretability | December 04, 2018 | Lynn Heidmann

Technoslavia 2.5: Open Source Topography

Open source has always been a part of the data science landscape (as we explored here in 2015 and here in 2017). And while every tool in Technoslavia has some free offerings, we’re taking this...

data science, Technology, Open Source | November 07, 2018 | Florian Douetteau

How Data Science (+ Friends) Helped Me Learn French

Learning a new language can seem like an insurmountable challenge - however, approaching the problem with data science and using a few smart techniques can ease the learning curve and provide a...

data science, data project, API | November 01, 2018 | Noha Badawy

The Final Data Science Roadshow is Just the Beginning

The Dataiku Data Science Roadshow wrapped up its 12-country tour last week, and while they say all good things must come to an end, we’re happy to say that we still have more on the docket to...

data science, Events, Meetup | October 26, 2018 | Julia Günther

All About Open Source

While many open source offerings fall outside the domain of data science, everyone knows that there is an open source tool (or twenty) for every data project. That's why we commissioned 451...

data science, Open Source | October 09, 2018 | Claire Carroll

Fewer Headaches (Thanks to Data Science)

Usually when you read about headaches in the context of data science and machine learning, it’s not in a positive context - generally, it involves the painful (so to speak) process of data cleaning

health care, data science, data project | October 08, 2018 | Rebecka Flynn

Build a Predictive Maintenance Engine with GIS Data

If you’re like most people, you enjoy turning on the faucet whenever you want and having water come out. But you’re also aware that every once in a while (hopefully not too much more) no water...

data science, predictive maintenance, GIS | October 03, 2018 | Nicolas Gakrelidz

The Data Science Roadshow is ON!

The Dataiku Data Science Roadshow is on - 17 cities, 12 countries, and countless data scientists and pizzas. This September, we decided to take our successful meetup series (traditionally held in...

data science, Events, Meetup | September 03, 2018 | Romain Doutriaux

The Hidden Costs of Data Silos

Today, being data driven means doing machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) at a more macro level. But it also means empowering all employees at all levels of the company to use...

data science, Data Engineering, IT | August 07, 2018 | Pauline Brown

Tips & Tricks for Starting Your First Data Project

Taking on a first data project is no easy task - it's not clear where to begin, and of course, there are lots of bumps along the way. Here are some tips and tricks that we learned while embarking...

data science, business, machine learning | August 01, 2018 | Megan Fang and Robert Jett

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...

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