Modern data scientists face new challenges everyday: The variety and volume of information companies collect is increasing, and at the same time corporations demand faster, more accurate analysis of these huge data sets. In this episode of The Briefing Room, Bloor Group co-founder and principal analyst Dr. Robin Bloor will sit down with Skytree CEO Martin Hack to discuss how data scientists can address these challenges, and how Skytree can help organizations draw meaningful conclusions from their data backlogs.
During this Webisode, Hack will give a presentation on the benefits and use cases for machine learning and Bloor will offer remarks on the industry. Bloor and Hack will then explore the ways in which machine learning can help companies unlock Big Data as a business asset. An audience Q&A wrapped up the Webisode, in which viewers participated in the discussion.
Mr. Hack has 20 years of experience creating new technology products, services and strategies. He has launched game changing products, driven worldwide strategies and helped set de-facto industry standards. As an expert on Trusted Computing, Virtualization and High Performance environments he became a sought-after advisor to Fortune 500 companies and government organizations. He has been involved in all aspects of the product life cycle including engineering, product management, marketing, business development and sales. He also developed and introduced products and services into commercial and government segments for organizations such as Sun Microsystems, SonicWALL and GreenBorder (acquired by Google).
Dr. Bloor has more than 25 years of experience in the world of data and information management. He is the creator of the Information-Oriented Architecture which is to data what the SOA is to services.He is the author of a number of books including, “The Electronic B@zaar, From the Silk Road to the eRoad” and “Words You Don’t Know” and co-author of three books with Judith Hurwitz, Marcia Kaufman and Fern Halper. He is an international speaker on information management topics. As an analyst for Bloor Research and later the Hurwitz Group, Robin has written scores of white papers, research reports and columns on a wide range of topics from database evaluation to networking options and comparisons to the enterprise in transition.