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Does statistics still have a place in the data scientist's toolbox?
By Kaylea Haynes on 22/10/18 12:29
When I first got asked to present at the Royal Statistical Society Leeds and Bradford's 50th anniversary event, with a presentation brief of “talk about using statistical models in data science”, I ...
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3 key takeaways from ODSC Europe 2018
By Amy Szadziewska on 09/10/18 15:19
The Open Data Science Conference (or ODSC as it’s more commonly known) is one of the largest applied data science conferences in Europe. This year, the conference was hosted in London, where ...
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Peak Vlog: What is AI and how can it grow my business?
By Kaylea Haynes on 06/08/18 16:03
We may be biased, but it's fair to say that artificial intelligence is something of a hot topic at the moment, especially for businesses. But, what does AI actually mean? And, more importantly, how ...
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Data for good: Sentiment AI to support corporate social responsibility
By Noel Peatfield on 01/08/18 15:20
More and more consumers are making a conscious effort to judge brands based on their ethical beliefs and their stance on certain issues. With this in mind, how much of a role does AI-powered ...
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Data for good: How AI is the key to maximising renewable energy
By Noel Peatfield on 20/06/18 12:40
Our second post in the 'Data for Good' blog series takes a closer look at the ways artificial intelligence (AI) can be utilised to improve access to cleaner and renewable energy for neighbourhoods ...
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Data for good: How improved access to supply chain data could revolutionise African agriculture
By Noel Peatfield on 27/04/18 13:51
Over the coming weeks, our new guest blog series will take a closer look at how data and artificial intelligence can be used for good, exploring the ways it can have positive impact on the lives of ...
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Welcome to the weird and wonderful world of consumer behaviour
By Kaylea Haynes on 18/01/18 11:29
At times, it can feel like consumers will say one thing and do another. That’s because, every now and then, that’s exactly what they do. A few years ago, Quartz published a piece declaring that ...
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You don’t need to worry about GDPR compliance – we’ll do it for you
By Tom Hassall on 11/01/18 09:58
G, D, P and R. Four letters that are terrifying companies across Europe and beyond. The General Data Protection Regulation, which comes into force on 25 May, is the EU’s new measure for protecting ...
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Analysis: business confidence shows few Brexit blues so far
By Abhinav Singh on 03/10/17 10:20
In October 2017, the Conservative party conference was held in Peak’s home city of Manchester, UK. Perhaps unsurprisingly, given the topic that dominated proceedings, visitors to the city weren't ...
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