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 July 13, 2015

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7 Common Biases That Skew Big Data Results
Flawed data analysis leads to faulty conclusions and bad business outcomes. Beware of these seven types of bias that commonly challenge organizations' ability to make smart decisions.
Microsoft Power BI Gets Major Updates
Microsoft adds new features to its Power BI preview, which will become generally available on July 24.
How To Turn Data Into Stories
When Yakult, a Japan-based maker of probiotic dairy drinks, put a data analysis tool into the hands of its sales people in The Netherlands, they swapped out stale spreadsheets for stories about how the product was performing in real time.
Teradata's Big Data Appliance: Analysis For Everyone
With the latest release of its Teradata Appliance For Hadoop, the vendor keeps its focus on pre-loaded racks with commodity hardware that are pre-configured with a Hadoop solution and its attendant management applications.
Elon Musk Gives $10 Million In Grants To Study Safe AI
Elon Musk puts his money where his mouth is by helping fund 37 projects that could hopefully make AI safer and more useful to humans.

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