Graph analytics is a classic network science technique that is making waves due to the advancements in Graph Database Technology (GDB) and the integration of machine learning techniques (i.e., neural networks), to solve a wide range of use cases. No need for a map to figure this one out – Principal Data Scientist, Daniel Salazar is giving us the full scoop as our guide.
We scheduled some time for this Q&A with Principal Data Scientist Evan Lynch, where we explored the many cross-industry challenges that scheduling optimization aims to solve, and the robust scheduling techniques that lie at the junction between mathematical optimization and machine learning.
Both descriptive analytics and machine learning models can benefit greatly from using geographic data analysis to solve segmentation use cases.
In this Q&A, we sat with Principal Data Scientist Priya Karanth for her take on the latest innovations and most powerful applications behind the ever-changing landscape of computer vision. Let’s see what lies beyond the surface.
We sat down with Senior Data Scientist Alex Tennant for his perspective on the opportunities and complexities of NLP and how Mosaic is paving the way for the consistent evolution of this powerful technology.
Fantasy sports represent a rich and exciting world of modeling and analytic possibilities. With the advent of modern computer vision, statistics tracking, and the general embrace of the sporting community of a “data-centric” view to the game, there is a wealth of information available about each player, their performances, and various metadata.
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.
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.