In this blog post, Mosaic examines how to identify & measure culture during a digital transformation.
Anytime you wish to predict the transient state(s) of something or someone constantly monitored by sensors, time series classifications are the right tool. This article will explain some basic concepts of using deep learning models for TSC and finish with a brief discussion of ways to improve the performance to save on cost and speed.
Text data presents a tremendous opportunity to benefit all stakeholders of an organization – investors, employees, processes, and the all-important customer – if the organization can find a way to sift through this data in an automated way to extract key information and solve specific challenges. In that case, they could learn about their firm and start optimizing the way they operate.
Mosaic sees Digital Transformation differently; our view is that while the technology is a critical part of any Digital Transformation, it’s only a part of a greater whole that includes people, process, and culture change that all combine to enable effective use of the technology.
For the past several years, ML has exploded in popularity, while the excitement for MO has mostly plateaued. Why this has occurred is very much up for debate. One might surmise that ML is simply a better tool than MO, and therefore it replaced it in terms of popularity. This, however, is wrong-headed. ML and MO are typically used to solve very different problems. One might also think that problems MO has historically solved no longer exist.
Having an autonomous artificial intelligence (AI) system that can monitor individuals via facial mood recognition, vocal tonality analysis, proximity to one another, performance, biosensors, surveys, and more, and predict conflict before it is problematic could improve a unit’s cohesion and performance in missions both in space and in isolated environments on Earth.
Machine learning provides an excellent avenue for predicting future energy consumption. Accurate insights can provide critical insights into variables affecting the demand, providing decision-makers with an opportunity to address these levers. Forecasts also provide a benchmark to identify anomalous behavior, either high/low consumption, and alert managers to faults within the building.