Machine learning can replace data scientists, says CTO

Stuart Sumner
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Struggling to recruit a data scientist? Don't bother, just get yourself a machine learning platform, says Pearson CTO and COO

Data scientists are no longer needed to mine data for business value, and organisations should instead look to machine learning platforms. That's the view of Albert Hitchcock, CTO and COO of pub...

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