Harnessing Big Data in Healthcare

Healthbox

The evolution of sensors, smart phones, medical devices, and wearables all collecting and uploading information in real-time has led to the rapid accumulation of health-related data, or Big Data. The sheer volume, velocity, and variety of the data being collected poses challenges for harnessing and ensuring its validity to benefit both the macro, population-level health and the micro, evidence-based precision medicine. Join Dr. Eric Louie, Chief Medical Officer, and Jessica Baker, Associate, as they discuss changes in healthcare data over time and how to overcome human biases, curate meaningful data sets, and better inform actionable decisions in the healthcare setting.
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Spotlight

Every day we are inundated with tables, graphs, charts, and maps explaining everything, including the unemployment rate, COVID-19 vaccination rates, baseball home run launch velocities, and our investment portfolios. When made well, data visualizations can help readers and users find insights and make discoveries. When made poorly, they obfuscate, mislead, or make it difficult for people to use them effectively.

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Building a Modern Operational Data Warehouse

tdwi.org

With data coming from so many different sources nowadays (both old and new, both internal and external), it is inevitable that data will arrive in many different structures, schema, and formats, with other variables for latency, concurrency, and requirements for storage and processing. When data types are extremely diverse and combined, we now call it “hybrid data.” This usually drives users to deploy many types of databases and different platforms to capture, store, process, and analyze the data, which in turn results in hybrid data management architectures.
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A Better Alternative: Advanced Analytics and Alternative Data in Consumer Lending

The unsecured personal loan market is hot and growing rapidly. It is also prime testing grounds for the use of alternative sources of data and advanced analytics in marketing and loan decisioning, given the number of traditional and non-traditional lenders competing to meet consumer demand. Join Equifax and Aite Group as we dis
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Riding the Data Privacy Wave: How Will You Stay Afloat?

IBM

Data privacy regulation is bigger than just GDPR. Other countries and jurisdictions are enacting their own versions of the data privacy regulation, each with subtle nuances - such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA), Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD), and more - and that’s on top of existing privacy regulations. Moreover, consumers increasingly expect more protection for their sensitive information. A recent IBM-Harris poll of 10,000 individuals revealed that 75% of consumers won’t buy from companies they don’t trust no matter how great their product or service.
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Introduction to SQL Server 2019

Argon Systems

Modern enterprises are struggling to gain insights from an exploding number of database management systems and ever-growing data volumes. SQL Server 2019 can help you overcome the challenges of integrating data and bring AI and machine learning to all of your data, structured and unstructured. It can also help you better manage your relational data right now. In this webinar, Introduction to SQL Server 2019, hear from Debbi Lyons, Senior Product Marketing Manager, Travis Wright, Principal Program Manager, and Bob Ward, Principal Architect at Microsoft discuss the latest updates and features for the new SQL Server release, including introducing the new big data cluster with intelligence over any data, how SQL Server 2019 enhances the developer experience, and using tools including Azure Data Studio.
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Spotlight

Every day we are inundated with tables, graphs, charts, and maps explaining everything, including the unemployment rate, COVID-19 vaccination rates, baseball home run launch velocities, and our investment portfolios. When made well, data visualizations can help readers and users find insights and make discoveries. When made poorly, they obfuscate, mislead, or make it difficult for people to use them effectively.

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