058 – Why You Should NOT Eat Like a 6-year-old
“Things that can be automated, should be automated.” That’s Sinequa’s philosophy as described by Scott Parker, director of product marketing. Sinequa specializes in “information-driven” data, as opposed to “data driven.”
It’s the difference, Parker tells ActualTech Media’s James Green, behind Warren Buffet’s famous quote that he “eats like a 6-year-old” because he saw data that showed that those children have the lowest death rate.
In other words, making your data useful is all about context. Information-driven data is supplied with context to make better decisions, and it’s done in an automated fashion rather than a wasteful manual fashion. What does that mean? Parker lays it all out in this edition of “10 on Tech.”
Highlights of the show include:
- An exploration of the “cognitive burden” for companies
- Data-driven vs. information-driven: what’s the difference?
- The benefits—and limitations—of artificial intelligence
- Artificial intelligence’s “last mile” problem
- How an organization becomes information driven
- Case studies of successful information-driven businesses
Resource links from the show:
Sinequa — https://www.sinequa.com/
The Benefits of Becoming Information-Driven Using AI & Machine Learning — https://www.sinequa.com/become-information-driven-sinequa/
Insight Platform Overview — https://www.sinequa.com/insight-platform-2/
Becoming Information-Driven Begins with Pragmatic AI — https://blog.sinequa.com/2019/07/11/idc-pragmatic-ai/
Surfing the Cognitive Search Wave (as a Leader) Again — https://blog.sinequa.com/2019/05/29/surfing-the-cognitive-search-wave/
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