Making sense of data with graph technology
Deloitte and Neo4j unified forces to enable organisations to unlock the business value of connections, influences and relationships in data. Deloitte has proven solution delivery capability and developed graph accelerators to facilitate the adoption and leverage the power of graphs.
Building a Data Culture is not just an option. It’s business-critical.
An interview with Sudaman Thoppan Mohanchandralal, Chief Data Officer at Allianz Benelux.
When talking to clients about their analytics transformation, it soon becomes apparent that—despite large investments in analytics transformations and data literacy training—many feel they have reached a plateau in terms of data monetisation and value generation.
Seven lessons COVID-19 has taught us about data strategy
How governments can maximize the value they derive from data
Data has played a major role in governments’ efforts to combat the effects of COVID-19. Several key lessons have emerged that can shape governments’ data strategy even beyond the pandemic.
How countries are pursuing an AI advantage
Insights from Deloitte’s State of AI in the Enterprise, 2nd Edition survey
Companies around the globe, boosted by countries’ various strategies, have worked to implement AI practices. Our survey suggests what early adopters have learned—and how leaders can learn from their AI experiences.
Beyond “doing something cognitive"?
A systematic approach to implementing cognitive technologies
A systematic approach to engaging with and implementing cognitive technologies may seem to require more effort than the "do something cognitive" approach, but it is more likely to achieve expected results and may require less time and money over the long run.
Expected skills needs for the future of work
Understanding the expectations of the European workforce
Artificial intelligence, robotics and other digital innovations are reshaping work with likely mixed effects. Employers and workers require the necessary digital and soft skills to take advantage of the new opportunities they are expected to face.