Jun 14, 2015

Why Big Data Matters in Finance @huffingtonpost.com

via WordLink - Co-authored with Steve KrawciwA New York Times article covering the latest Triple Crown horse race winner, American Pharaoh, noted that the horse was identified as having an amazing potential when the animal was only 1 year old. The prediction of success was made by a team of data scientists who estimated the horse's performance by noting the size of the winner's heart and other...

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