SAS: The future of analytics – top 5 analytics predictions for 2016

My view of the world is shaped by where I stand, but from this spot the future of analytics for 2016 looks pretty exciting! Analytics has never been more needed or interesting.

1. Machine learning established in the enterprise

Machine learning dates back to at least 1950 but until recently has been the domain of elites and subject to “winters” of inattention. I predict that it is here to stay, because large enterprises are embracing it. In addition to researchers and digital natives, these

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