The data science skills gap is real, and industry needs both academic and technological input to crunch big data, says dunnhumby CIO

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Algorithms without fast and effective application 'defeat the purpose' of big data, says Cosset

The big data skills gap is a real IT industry affliction, and a side of big data information processing which dunnhumby has two factions of scientist to combat, the CIO of dunnhumby, Yael Cosset, has revealed....

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