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Garry Jenkin moved to Dallas, Texas in 1985 and began a new career in consulting for technology companies. When Garry isn't working, he's honing his skills in graphic design, photography, Yoga and is sometimes dreaming about his  next motorcycle.

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iCabbi Connects its Many Customers Using Oracle Analytics

iCabbi Connects its Many Customers Using Oracle Analytics

Even if you don't live in New York City, chances are you know the proper way to hail a taxicab these days does not involve whistling through your fingers. Smartphone apps make...

Custom Speech: Code-free automated machine learning for speech recognition

Custom Speech: Code-free automated machine learning for speech recognition

Voice is the new interface driving ambient computing. This statement has never been more true than it is today. Speech recognition is transforming our daily lives from digital...

LinkedIn open-sources Dynamometer for Hadoop performance testing at scale

LinkedIn open-sources Dynamometer for Hadoop performance testing at scale

LinkedIn today released an open source project called Dynamometer to help businesses stress-test large-scale Hadoop big data processing systems without using a massive amount of...

What 2018 holds for AI and deep learning

What 2018 holds for AI and deep learning

2018 is set to be an exciting year for businesses seeking to harness the power of deep learning on their journey towards intelligent enterprise. We have taken a look at some of...

Targeting Marketing via Social Media, Big Data, and Location Intelligence

Targeting Marketing via Social Media, Big Data, and Location Intelligence

What if an advertising executive could understand the lifestyle interests of people walking by a digital billboard—at any given moment? A recent study that combined big data...

Robotics, Artificial Intelligence Make Headway in the Water Industry

Robotics, Artificial Intelligence Make Headway in the Water Industry

You Wu, chief executive of Pipeguard Robotics, holds the robot he invented, which he calls Daisy. It travels with the flow in water pipes to detect and gather data on water...

With AI, Your Apple Watch Could Flag Signs of Diabetes

With AI, Your Apple Watch Could Flag Signs of Diabetes

Before modern chemistrybrought doctors blood and urine tests for diagnosing diabetes, they had to rely on their taste buds. Sweet-tasting pee has long been the disease’s...

Uber quit GitHub for in-house code after 2016 data breach

Uber quit GitHub for in-house code after 2016 data breach

Uber’s confessed that it didn’t use multifactor authentication on its GitHub account, an omission ultimately led to the data breach it revealed in 2017 after keeping it secret...

A Whole New World for Data Teams - Dataconomy

A Whole New World for Data Teams - Dataconomy

Among the many things I loved about the latest Star Wars movie was our introduction to the unexpected rise of Rose Tico – a humble mechanic who gets thrust into the heart of the...

Is Data Science Really Science? - InFocus Blog | Dell EMC Services

Is Data Science Really Science? - InFocus Blog | Dell EMC Services

Is Data Science Really Science? By Bill Schmarzo CTO, Dell EMC Services (aka “Dean of Big Data”) January 30, 2017 Send to Friend My son Max is home from college and that always...

Decisions Exercise: Where and How To Start the Big Data Journey

Decisions Exercise: Where and How To Start the Big Data Journey

Send to Friend The recent deluge of rains in Northern California have flooded streets, brought down trees and plugged storm sewers.  As I was trying to make my way around the...

The 101 guide to designing beautiful analytics | Yellowfin Business Intelligence

The 101 guide to designing beautiful analytics | Yellowfin Business Intelligence

When you’re designing a BI application to embed into your product, it’s important to design it for the many different people that will be using it. This maybe the savvy data...