Visit Silver Sponsor Knowledgent at the 2018 Collibra Data Citizens Conference!

Knowledgent is proud to once again be a Silver Sponsor at the 2018 Collibra Data Citizens Conference, happening at the Hyatt Regency Jersey City from April 30 to May 2nd!

The conference, now in its third year, delivers governance and insights that transform data citizens into data leaders. Topics run the gamut from driving business change to data value maximization.

The Data Citizens Conference has become the go-to gathering for lifting facts and figures off of the page, then leveraging and unleashing them to drive forward movement.

Attendees are encouraged to stop by the Knowledgent booth in the Partner Village to speak with one of our Informationists and to learn more about our services!

What: Collibra Data Citizens Conference 2018
When: Monday, April 30 – Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Where: Hyatt Regency Jersey City
2 Exchange Place
Jersey City, NJ 07302

Click here to learn more or to register for the 2018 Collibra Data Citizens Conference

Knowledgent Cares Rides at Cycle for Survival for Rare Cancer Research in New York City

After many successful Knowledgent Cares outings at Cycle for Survival in New York City and Boston, our New York-based team returned to the bikes and fundraising efforts for Cycle for Survival – and raised over $1,200 for rare cancer research! Continue reading Knowledgent Cares Rides at Cycle for Survival for Rare Cancer Research in New York City

Newly Released 2018 Live Big Data Ecosystem

Knowledgent is pleased to announce the release of the 2018 Live Big Data Ecosystem! This web-based version of Knowledgent’s industry-leading reference architecture provides an overview of today’s big data vendor landscape to help data and analytics professionals make sense of the many tools and other big data offerings available. Continue reading Newly Released 2018 Live Big Data Ecosystem

Informationist Ari Yacobi Speaking at Upcoming Rutgers Executive MBA Innovations in the Future of Healthcare Symposium

We are excited that our own Chief Data Scientist Ari Yacobi will be part of a panel at the upcoming Rutgers Executive MBA Innovations in the Future of Healthcare Symposium! Continue reading Informationist Ari Yacobi Speaking at Upcoming Rutgers Executive MBA Innovations in the Future of Healthcare Symposium

Knowledgent Cares Hosts Gift Basket Making Party for Friends of Boston’s Homeless

Earlier this month, Informationist Allison Gaines and Knowledgent Cares teamed up to host a housewarming gift basket-making party for Friends of Boston’s Homeless. The gathering was a huge success, with 150 items donated for the gift baskets! Continue reading Knowledgent Cares Hosts Gift Basket Making Party for Friends of Boston’s Homeless

Innovating Business Through Data: Part 12 – Next Best Action

Part 12: Next Best Action

This new series focuses on how Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing, and Robotic Process Automation are changing the face of business. Each post contain a specific use case, the business value derived, and the technology synopsis to achieve the outcome. Continue reading Innovating Business Through Data: Part 12 – Next Best Action

Don’t Miss Sponsor Knowledgent at the MDM 360 & Data Governance Summit in New York City

Knowledgent is looking forward to once again attending and sponsoring the upcoming 2018 Informatica MDM 360 and Data Governance Summit, happening Wednesday, February 28th, in New York City! Continue reading Don’t Miss Sponsor Knowledgent at the MDM 360 & Data Governance Summit in New York City

Micro-Populations and Meta-Features

What gets me up in the morning is wanting to cure cancer and positively impact lives through the use of data and analytics. Our capabilities to try and test formulations exceed our ability to effectively analyze the results. Our use of real world evidence across populations in the 100s of millions allow us to potentially detect conditions that we have cured but not yet proven the cure.

For me this is essentially a classification problem. Part of the classification problem involves micro-populations. Another part of the classification problem involves meta-features.

Micro-populations are small cohorts differentiated by a bio-marker or a drug outcome. One micro-population taking a given drug might have very positive outcomes. Continue reading Micro-Populations and Meta-Features