Time and time again, we hear how organizations are increasingly investing in AI, but struggling to generate (and maintain) actual business impact from their analytics and AI projects. How can they sift through what’s actually worth the resources versus what’s purely hype?
The Gartner Hype Cycle for Data Science and Machine Learning highlights what data science and ML concepts have high or transformational benefits, their business impacts, key drivers, obstacles to implementation, and more.
According to Gartner, “The two most prominent drivers within data science and machine learning are:
At Dataiku, we believe that a systemized approach to AI requires empowering all people (including the business) in a central place, governing the lifecycles of all AI projects, and accelerating the time it takes to deliver AI projects from months to days.
According to Gartner, “DSML is long past just being limited to expert data scientists. It is now widely adopted by business experts, self-service business analysts, or other people that don’t have a technical background in programming or machine learning.”
Dataiku allows companies to leverage one central solution to design, deploy, govern, and manage AI and analytics applications, and it's accessible for everyone (whether technical and working in code or on the business side and low- or no-code). Everyday AI is what helps organizations execute faster by including more people in analytics processes.
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