SAS’s cloud-native analytics combines with Thread’s decentralized research platform to help biopharma companies optimize clinical research easily and within budget.
With its Viya platform, SAS consolidates its offerings into a single, cloud-native product for AI-driven automation, data management, and analytics.
Kieron Allen explores how business analysts and data scientists benefit from the consolidated SAS Viya platform.
By analyzing data that athletes generate on the field, AI-and machine learning-powered predictions are preventing injuries and resulting in optimized training regimens.
Kieron Allen hosts Acceleration Economy analysts Ronak Mathur and Toni Witt, who explain the criteria used to select the companies on the AI/Hyperautomation Top 10 shortlist.
The Top 10 providers model – a Cloud Wars staple – now includes the top four tech pillars: cloud, cybersecurity, AI/hyperautomation, and data.
As Kieron Allen explains, machine learning operations (MLOps) play a crucial role in producing consistent and high-quality ML models.
SAS is a latecomer to the cloud party, but its loyal following and respected technology still make its move relevant in the analytics space.
Data is truly making remarkable impact for humanity. Surfacing powerful insights from the wealth of data is what SAS has built upon. To that end, SAS is using AI to truly make a huge impact, for example, in cancer research.
On the Cloud Wars Live podcast, SAS EVP, COO and CTO Oliver Schabenberger joins me to discuss his company’s powerful partnership with Microsoft.
While its alliance with SAS gives Microsoft a vast amount of additional firepower, I’d love to see a deal with Amazon / AWS, for the benefit of customers.