Women in Big Data recently sat down with Deb Sgro to get to know her more and introduce this amazing person to the community. WiBD: Deb, let’s talk. Tell us a little about yourself. Deb: Well, maybe I should start at the beginning. I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York, amongst a large+ Read More
As a drilling engineer with so many years and interesting internationalexperiences, Jacqueline is one who seeks a new adventure in data science.Her transition into informatics and data science came after her maternityleave while working at Schlumberger. Trying to fit the experience into her “new”the world did not come easy and in search for an alternative led her to informaticsand data science.In her experience of working in the oil and gas sector, a field dominated by men,she mentioned that while it was a male-dominated field, she never felt suppressed ina negative way that made her feel she was not enough. She also said that the use ofpieces of machinery meant that many of the muscle works were automated and easier.About how she got attracted to data science. Jacqueline believes her interest indata science has the common denominator with her previous job as a drilling engineer, which was the use of data for analysis and description.
Viable focuses on aggregating customer feedback across channels using AI and GPT-3. The platform offers a full analysis service that provides written analysis on top of the feedback and can be applied to areas such as product management, customer experience and marketing.Read More
In this contributed article, Armen A. Avakian, MBA, Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO) of Hexact, Inc., discusses how SME’s and solopreneurs can collect and evaluate data that will help them operate more efficiently and boost lead generation. The solution is automation powered by artificial intelligence!