Hear Spencer Doyle talk about AI transforming business on the latest Enterprise Management 360 podcast
Recently Noodler Spencer Doyle appeared on the Enterprise Management 360 podcast to discuss the many ways Artificial Intelligence is transforming business. Spencer talked about AI for the supply chain, and the many ways that AI augments human ability and intelligence to help us create a…
Closing the planning intelligence gap with AI
Organizations are facing accelerating complexity and change (proliferation of products, channels, geographies, regulation, competition, technology disruptions). This leads to: Long tail of interconnected problems and decisions Dynamic conditions characterized by uncertainty Complexity of multiple factors affecting a decision The implications are that operations planning and…
Enterprise and Industrial AI
Enterprise and Industrial AI: What’s different, why does it matter, and how is it done? Our CDSO Matt Denesuk, Ph.D., has started doing a deep dive into the ins and outs of Enterprise and Industrial AI on our new Medium publication: Noodling on the Future…
You ask, Noodle answers: What makes a great data science problem?
Articles about what makes a great data scientist are everywhere. Articles about what makes a great problem for a data scientist to solve… well, they are harder to find. That’s OK – Noodle has a great team of data scientists and we sat down with…
Is the Answer to Data Bias More Data?
This will come as no surprise, but human beings aren’t very rational. Ingrained cognitive biases like recency bias, confirmation bias and the bandwagon effect can create reasoning errors that prevent us from seeing the world with complete clarity. And when we make decisions based on…
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