SAS has had machine learning algorithms for years: "the tools have always been there", but only recently have they become economically feasible for everyday use, director of product management for cloud and platform technologies Mike Frost has told iTWire.
Global analytics firm SAS has officially created a Global Internet of Things practice. Speaking exclusively to iTWire, SAS explained its drivers and goals.
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