Navigating the Shift from Legacy Warehousing to Advanced Data Platforms
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by Leigh Couper
3M ago
In the work we do with our customers, we always seek repeatable patterns. What do we observe and enact time and again? Is this a widely applicable problem? Can we address it through the use of a well-developed framework or automation?  Similarly, we identify recurring patterns in our customers' pain points and the challenges they face. Many of our customers are tackling the move from legacy data warehouses to modern data platforms, and here’s a pattern we’ve seen emerge ..read more
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My AI Companion - Generative AI
Qrious Blog » AI & Machine Learning
by Leigh Couper
10M ago
"Is it weird that I greet ChatGPT in the morning?" This is the message I received from a friend, and I can relate. I find myself saying please and thank you to ChatGPT. We spend the day working on challenges together, our conversations flow back and forth, it has become my go-to helper and companion throughout the day ..read more
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Breaking into AI consulting without an AI background
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by Sam Daish
10M ago
“I don’t care what you have or haven’t done before. I hired you because I know you can do it. Do you want to do it? Are you going to do it?”  ..read more
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Hearing each voice in the crowd – how you can make the most of unstructured data
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by Sam Daish
10M ago
As marketers you’ve all been building your data powered marketing approach, but one type of data has remained largely untapped – unstructured data. IDG is predicting that 93% of global data will be unstructured by 2022. Whether it’s social reviews, customer service voice recordings, chats, or something else, there’s a huge opportunity for marketers to use this data to gain deep insights and enhance the customer experience.  ..read more
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Data explosion puts privacy front and centre
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10M ago
An interview with Stephen Ponsford, Qrious Chief Technology Officer. “Against the backdrop of Covid-19 and recent changes to New Zealand’s Privacy Act 2020, the need for businesses to have robust systems in place to manage and protect personally identifiable customer data has never been greater.”  As CTO for Qrious, Stephen is focused on delivering technology that enables a modern data approach for both our clients and for Qrious. He has considerable experience implementing cutting-edge technology environments, such as Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and cloud services. I ..read more
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How to identify the right use cases for AI – a New Zealand perspective.
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by Sam Daish
10M ago
There is a lot of material available that shows case studies and examples of AI and provides guidance on how to get started. For many New Zealand organisations this material often feels like it is written for someone else – specifically someone with more money to spend and with more developed capabilities in this space. So, what’s a New Zealand perspective?   ..read more
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AI to combat customer churn
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by Sam Daish
10M ago
In an uncertain economic climate, caring for and retaining the loyalty of your existing customers is more important than ever. Many companies work hard to predict and avoid customer churn - whether organising special promotions and campaigns, studying customer feedback or using advanced predictive models ..read more
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The plight of the lone data scientist
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10M ago
Artificial Intelligence is often said to be inspired by the way the human brain works, with its billions of neurons connected by a complex network giving rise to sophisticated human behaviour. The individual neurons are vital to the existence of the network, but it's the way you connect them together that makes magic happen.  ..read more
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The New Zealand AI Economy
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by Sam Daish
10M ago
I’ve been getting a few questions off the back of my Qrious appointment media release about just what did I mean when I talked about the ’AI Economy’. I thought I’d share my thinking here ..read more
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2020 vision: Doing more with data and the cloud
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by Hannah Cooke
10M ago
Generally, 20/20 vision only works well in hindsight, but what an opportunity we have with the new year upon us. The cloud is increasingly the preferred platform for data, machine learning is maturing to the extent that it is accessible as a service, data analytics is a de facto standard and Artificial Intelligence is becoming less sci-fi and more reality. What all that means for lifelong data geeks is…it’s an exciting time to be alive. While we’re not going to make any predictions, in line with Niels Bohr’s observation that they are hard (especially about the future), we will outline our fo ..read more
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