Chief data officers will go the way of 'chief electricity officers' - if they do their job properly

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Walnut Medical technical director Bob Tulloch presenting at Computings IT Leaders Forum in June 2017
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Walnut Medical technical director Bob Tulloch presenting at Computings IT Leaders Forum in June 2017

As soon as data analysis is as easy as using a search engine, chief data officers will disappear, warns Walnut Medical technical director Bob Tulloch

The chief data officer role is little different from the ‘chief electricity officer' roles that sprang up in the 1890s - and will disappear as soon as standards and usability are improved. That is the...

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