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Sunday, August 20th, 2017

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4 Part Video Series: This is one of a series of posts that presents, nearly in its entirety, the first annual Forbes Healthcare Summit that was held on December 5, 2012, in the Allen Room at Jazz at Lincoln Center in Manhattan. Two hundred and thirty-two executives, entrepreneurs, thinkers and policy makers gathered to talk, trade ideas, and grapple with a big-picture conversation about the health care system. Video of almost every single panel is included.

"Owning Your Recruiting" is a slideshare deck presenation given by - by , VP of Talent at Greylock Partners. Presenation given at  on Alchemist Accelerator 12/6/12.  It's intended audience was more of the startup crowd, but I believe the principal apply to companies of all sizes.  As Steve Jobs advocated, one should operate their business in perpetual startup mode in order to compete for talent.

"You need talented people to lock on to the valuable elements of vast and varied data streams. Like big data itself, these “data scientists” come with all types of lofty definitions and expectations. So we reached out to Anand Rao, innovation lead for the analytics group at PricewaterhouseCoopers, who has turned much of his consulting attention of late to enterprises looking to bring on or train a wave of data scientists. Rao discusses differences between data scientists and what enterprises already have on staff, some approaches he sees making early inroads and the emerging importance of layered visualizations". -  By Justin Kern, Sr Editor at Information Management

Dr Jerry Smith of  Data Scientist Insights writes perhaps one of the most helpful 11 Steps to finding a Data Scientist and really applies well to most members of a Data Science Team.  These folks are in super high demand and these steps will definitely help.

The Hadoop open source programming framework for large-scale data analysis is already one of the highest-profile technologies in the "big data" market, but users can expect it to become even more prevalent (->65%) over the next couple of years, according to Gartner. Expect plenty of uptake for natural language and vocal command capabilities in BI applications as well: By Chris Kanaracus | IDG News Service 

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