AI gains momentum in war against money-laundering
The COVID-driven surge in financial crime leads to banks accelerating their use of artificial intelligence and machine learning to combat money-laundering.
How to become a technical business analyst
The industry expects a business analyst to apply technical lenses to a solution and overlay it with customer experience, says Edward Ngubane, head of business analysis at DVT.
Analytics giant SAS eyes IPO in 2024
The company expects to continue to bolster its strong financial foundation in the coming years as it prepares for a potential entry into the public markets.
The impact analytics can have on COVID-19
The effective use of data analytics can not only help to contain the spread of the disease, but also ensure medical supplies are sent to the right place and make contact tracing that much simpler.
Managing the uncertainty of a global pandemic
With advanced analytics and robust data, it becomes possible to study potential scenarios, optimise resources and better understand the impact of COVID-19 at a national, regional and local level.
Tackling the scourge of deepfakes
The manner in which deepfakes are being abused to sow discord means it is more vital than ever to apply analytics to identify these early.
The next release of SAS Viya introduces new category of analytics for the cloud
SAS Viya 4, available in late 2020, is engineered to take advantage of the latest cloud technologies.
KPMG, SAS collaborate to support faster cloud transformation for SAS clients
KPMG and SAS plan to establish Cloud Acceleration Centres with specific focus on North America, Europe and Southeast Asia.
SAS, Microsoft partner
The partnership supports the companies’ shared vision to further democratise AI and analytics.
Multifaceted approach to COVID-19 decision-making
Analytics can help medical establishments and governments to more accurately visualise, forecast and make informed decisions about the unique challenges created by crises.
Replacing feel with fact
Intelligence is very different to simple information, and analysis is the element that bridges the gap, says SAS.