Don't let your data scientists get bogged down in 'tedious work' - automate!

Stuart Sumner
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Don't let your data scientists get bogged down

Craig Parfitt, VP of global insight services, Calligo, argues that data scientists should be deriving insights from data, not building models

Organisations often allow their data scientists to get involved in unnecessarily laborious tasks which can and should be automated. That's the opinion of Craig Parfitt, VP of global insight serv...

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