Data Science, IoT Automation, and the Autonomous (Deskless) Worker

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By Ryan Martin | 3Q 2016 | IN-4218


Addressing Data Science Skills Gaps: Higher Ed vs. the Private Sector Pursuit


IoT analytics revenue is on track to exceed $30 billion in the next five years, yet fewer than one-third of U.S. News & World Report’s Top 100 Global Universities offer degrees in data science, and only six of the 29 universities that offer data science programs make them available to undergraduate students (versus graduate-only). While companies like Accenture, AT&T, Cisco, and GE started to adapt their respective professional development programs to address talent gaps in-house, advances in self-service analytics, machine learning, and artificial intelligence (AI) beg the question: which jobs will or won’t be displaced by IoT automation?

Data Science is Diverse


Data science is an interdisciplinary field that employs a combination of statistics, software engineering, and computer programming to gain insight from structured and unstructured data. It is also the backdrop for the primary ecosystem components that comprise the I…

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