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How wearables are (and could be) impacting healthcare

The human body is a wonder in itself—it produces a staggering amount of data 365 days a year, 7 days a week and 24 hours a day. Today, there are a lot of devices out there that can measure everything from one’s heartbeat to sleep activity, from temperature to physical activity, leading to a meteoric rise in the marketplace for wearables. According to the latest outlook from CCS Insight, nearly 411 million smart wearable devices, worth a staggering $34 billion, will be sold in 2020.

Data Science Driven Recruitment

Availability of data and information in recent times is changing the recruitment process massively, starting from sourcing to authenticating candidate credentials to final placements. When it comes to hiring talent to full fill key positions in various organizations from entry level to top level, it is very important to select the right candidate.

Indian Predictable League

Cricket is a funny game, especially its limited overs version, you cannot actually predict what a game of cricket is hiding for you until you watch it full. Indian Premier League is a perfect cocktail for this gentlemen’s game. It has all the masala (x-factor) which you would desire to watch in a cricket match. Individual performances like Chris Gayle’s 66 ball 175 knock in IPL 2013 or Adam Zampa’s 6 wickets for 19 Runs in IPL 2016 makes it even tougher to predict.

Keeping it real … again

Fashions may come and go, but as you get older you'll start to realize that there is very little that hasn't gone before; flares for instance, we just call them boot-cut jeans now-a-days. And the same is true for the internet. With the rise of the mobile device the face of development and design has moved away from the flashy, full on animations of the early part of the century to a more subdued and sedate approach. Where the 'burger' is king and traditional navigation is transforming into a more architectural matter.

What comes first –Analytics or Business or Business Analytics?

I keep getting a lot of questions around – when do you apply analytics? How do you determine the algorithm for the problem at hand? Which technique should we focus on given the problem at hand? Why can’t we do a specific intervention? When does this end?

Given the kind of respect that Analytics invokes today around business leaders it’s a given that assuming it to be an end to all world problems is a no brainer!!! And given the pressure that business leaders have to showcase innovation, be different from the others and get recognized for thinking out of the

Attention is a gift!!!

 The title of a recent @briansolis blog caught my attention, well and for a surprisingly longer time than I would have liked, reading the blog and then the LinkedIn e-book associated with it “Attention is Currency”, made me realize how much of an anomaly that was. Brian goes on dramatically elucidate that our attention spans are down to 8 secs…(there is a house-fly joke there somewhere, but I meander …and in the process validate the hypothesis…though I think it’s more of an established theory now…and there I go again)

Are you listening to your customers?

The digital revolution has forever altered how customers and brands engage, The first casualty of this is change is the beaten path retailers used to attract customers, drive sales and define loyalty.

Virtual Assistants to Virtual Data Brokers…

“Ok Google!! What next?” The way the Virtual assistant world is shaping up, at least in the consumer space, I wonder how dependencies will shape up as we learn and unlearn new ways of life. Google Now is a god send for sure, half of the time as I unlock my phone for one reason or another (most of the time it’s just habit!!), I inadvertently look at the google now page and smile – as it tells me that I should be all set for my upcoming trip to Delhi in two days and that it’s damn hot as always). The other half is…what who wants to read this and why should I listen to this song.


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