Archive for Predictive Analytics

Digitizing Subject Matter Expertise Part 2: Overcoming Barriers to Knowledge

Note: This is the second blog of a three-part series that examines human expertise as part of digital transformation. Digitizing subject matter expertise is critical for companies that want to implement prescriptive, agile operational processes, such as maintenance. The term for doing so is called digital knowledge. Digital knowledge is the discipline of encoding human expertise […]

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Digitizing Subject Matter Expertise Part 1: Why Data Isn’t Enough

Note: This is the first blog of a three-part series that examines subject matter expertise as part of digital transformation. Digitizing this subject matter expertise is critical for companies that want to implement prescriptive, agile operational processes, such as maintenance. The term for doing so is called digital knowledge. Digital knowledge is the discipline of encoding human […]

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Infosys Talks Digital Workforce and Artificial Intelligence at Confluence 2017

ARC attended Infosys Confluence, which took place in San Francisco the third week of May, 2017.  From the opening remarks, Infosys CEO Vishal Sikka talked two major themes: digital workforce skills and artificial intelligence. In addition to the focus provided by Sikka, Infosys also touted new solutions delivered as part of their system integrator agreement […]

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Cognitive analytics for industrial use: Part 2

Note: This is the second blog of a two-part series examining some of the differences among advanced analytics techniques, including cognitive analytics. This post applies the examination to the example of asset failure prediction as part of an overall asset performance management (APM) strategy. If you missed it, read Part 1. I’ve stated numerous times that […]

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Cognitive analytics for industrial use: Part 1

Note: This is the first blog of a two-part series examining some of the differences among advanced analytics techniques. This post discusses some of the differences between cognitive analytics and single-layer algorithm analysis, discussing the example of asset failure prediction as part of an overall asset performance management (APM) strategy. What Do Cognitive Analytics Try to […]

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