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How to Differentiate Machine Learning From Dressed-up BI

How to Differentiate Machine Learning From Dressed-up BI

Machine learning is the use of computing resources that have the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed — that is, acquire and apply knowledge and skills that maximize the chance of success. That definition of machine learning, provided courtesy of Rob Clyde, vice-chair of the ISACA board of directors

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Tableau Reveals 4 New Features to Open Up and Speed Data Visualization

Tableau Reveals 4 New Features to Open Up and Speed Data Visualization

LAS VEGAS — Fourteen thousand data enthusiasts descended on Tableau Conference 2017 in Las Vegas this week to grow their wrangling skills, engage with Tableau Zen Masters and compete in Iron Viz, Iron Chef-like competitions where contestants start with the same data sets and work to build the coolest visualizations.

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Forrester Raises the Bar for Enterprise BI Platforms With Latest Wave

Forrester Raises the Bar for Enterprise BI Platforms With Latest Wave

Take most of what you've read about ranking enterprise business intelligence (BI) platforms and set it aside. Forrester Research introduced new criteria to select its leaders for its latest Enterprise BI Platforms With Majority On-Premises Deployments Wave.

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Tableau Acquires ClearGraph to Raise Augmented Intelligence Play

Tableau Acquires ClearGraph to Raise Augmented Intelligence Play

Tableau, a Seattle-based business intelligence and analytics provider, announced this morning that it has acquired ClearGraph.  Based in Palo Alto, Calif., ClearGraph provides smart data discovery and data analysis natural language query solutions. The purchase price has not been disclosed.

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Microsoft Power BI Premium Delivers Business Intelligence with Muscle

Microsoft Power BI Premium Delivers Business Intelligence with Muscle

Microsoft announced the general availability of Power BI Premium at its Microsoft Data Insights Summit, which took place June 12 to 13 in Seattle. Power BI will now work with nearly all Microsoft applications and is also embeddable with a number of third-party applications.

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