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Let your robots do the thinking

Remember the days when we had human data analysts? Róisín Kiberd looks at how companies are getting smarter

5th November, 2017
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Brian Seery, technical consulting director, Singlepoint

Granted, they might not be obsolete yet, but we’re definitely headed in that direction. Today the biggest story in analytics and business intelligence is progress in the field of artificial intelligence, with machine learning helping companies sift through unprecedented amounts of data like never before.

“The cloud allows us to work with far greater volumes of data,” said Derek Finnerty, chief operating officer of Storm Technology, a Dublin-based business technology consultancy and Microsoft...

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