Digital Twin – exploring the basics

The concept of digital twins is not new, but rather built on ideas that have been explored for the last couple of decades. The technology (compute power, data management & analytics, etc..) and thinking (increasing regulatory and community acceptance of Continue reading Digital Twin – exploring the basics

Algorithms for decision making: Free book download from MIT

MIT press has provided a free book on Algorithms for decision making. You can download it from MIT Press here, or alternatively it is available from this site if the original link fails. From the data science website: The book Continue reading Algorithms for decision making: Free book download from MIT

Ontologies as applied to FAIR data

(The I in FAIR) Ontologies provide a common structure to bring disparate data together – for this post I will refer to the definition of Ontology from Tom Gruber below – emphasis added by me. Note the last highlighted statement as Continue reading Ontologies as applied to FAIR data

Is your Scientific Data FAIR

For many years, we have seen the proliferation of data as we increasingly instrument our scientific processes. We have developed a diverse landscape of tools and processes, making significant leaps from paper based documentation, but created a new nightmare of Continue reading Is your Scientific Data FAIR

Scrum Roles vs Job Titles – Learning in a Digital / Agile Transformation

As we have been taking our organization through an Agile Transformation as a part of an overall Digital Transformation, we have been leading extensive training across our business lines and technology teams. One of the most common questions as we Continue reading Scrum Roles vs Job Titles – Learning in a Digital / Agile Transformation

GDPR compliance steps, and impacts on MDM thinking

The impacts of the General Data Privacy Regulations are tremendous and cannot be overstated for any business that deals in personal or private data. In large enterprises, the subject of Master Data Management is often a 3rd rail, or considered Continue reading GDPR compliance steps, and impacts on MDM thinking

GDPR compliance steps, and impacts on MDM thinking

The impacts of the General Data Privacy Regulations are tremendous and cannot be overstated for any business that deals in personal or private data. In large enterprises, the subject of Master Data Management is often a 3rd rail, or considered Continue reading GDPR compliance steps, and impacts on MDM thinking

Data Privacy – coming to a state near you….?

Actions in California this past year led by a real estate developer named Alastair Mactaggart have the potential to change the privacy game in the United States as a whole. I have included the legislation as an embedded pdf below, Continue reading Data Privacy – coming to a state near you….?

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