Slides: How AI Makes Analytics More Human

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About the Webinar

People think AI makes analytics less human, replacing human decision making. But the truth is, AI actually makes analytics more human. Augmented analytics are helping organizations finally break through the low levels of adoption and limitations typical of 2nd generation visualization tools.

Most business problems cannot be solved purely by algorithms or machine learning — they require human interaction and perspective. Uniting precedent-based machine learning systems with natural human intuition and curiosity is the foundation of 3rd generation BI and democratizing data across an enterprise.

It is a natural flow to enhance your data eco-system by deploying a platform with augmented intelligence to work alongside users in the pursuit of surfacing new insights, automating tasks, and supporting natural language interaction. All work as accelerators for achieving active intelligence and Data Literacy.

About the Speakers

Rocco Pecora

Technical Product Marketing Manager, Qlik

Rocco Pecora is an analytics professional who has consulted in a wide variety of industries such as Life Sciences, Retail / E-Commerce, Utilities & Energy, and Financial Services. A proven leader, speaker, and implementer across the entire analytics lifecycle from data integration, governance, to front-end experience. Rocco enables organizations with data eco-systems that leverage cognitive capabilities and augmented analytics that complement human intuition, creating a unique experience for all parties involved in the analytics lifecycle.

Andy Quirin

Senior Solutions Architect, Qlik

Andy Quirin is a Senior Solutions Architect based out of Denver, Colorado who joined Qlik in 2017. Prior to joining Qlik, Andy has been very active in the Qlik community. He was a Qlik Partner Luminary, leading the Data Visualization Center of Excellence for Sogeti Cap Gemini. There, he worked exclusively on various data visualization and BI projects internationally. Additionally, Andy was a Qlik customer at Rackspace in San Antonio, Texas where he managed the BI Development teams for Sales and Strategy. Andy is a Qlik Charter Luminary — one of the original ten Qlik thought leaders to be acknowledged as a Luminary.

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