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Malek Zaidi: Making actual impact as an intern

Using atoti instead of Excel for business analytics Most companies hiring interns assign them modest levels of responsibility, freeing up other colleagues to pursue other more important tasks. Interns, on the other hand, gain entry-level experience outside of the classroom context. If you haven’t been taking interns seriously, it’s time...

Meghana and Gauri: Explaining OLAP concepts with practical examples

Why atoti is a good fit for their needs I came across the presentation from Meghana Kshirsagar and Gauri Vaidya on “Business Intelligence with Online Analytical Processing with atoti”. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g72LocF0RZ8 I had a quick catch up with Gauri and got to know that she has been sharing atoti with students along...

“I was able to do everything in the same Jupyter notebook just using atoti” – Tasneem Ahmed

Faced with creating an NLP text to query exploration of storm data from a spider dataset requiring multidimensional analysis and storytelling through visuals, Tasneem and her team discovered atoti. “I didn’t need to switch from different tools to construct the cube and then switch to another tool to create a...

Viewing AI from an artistic perspective with Li Xiao’an

Art is a better way to experience something mathematical https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gA03iyI3yEA AI in the music industry is nothing new. AI tools such as Google’s NSynth Super, Shutterstock’s Amper Music and Sony’s Flow Machines have been used by musicians to make music or simplify their music-making process. In part one of our...

Li Xiao’an: Strategizing AI solutions in the music industry

The need for non-technical subject matter experts in data science Known as Xiao’an — Composer, Life Science Husband on LinkedIn, his headline says “Music For Whatever The Hell You Want | AI Solutions To Music Industry Problems”. That got me really curious. What has a composer got to do with AI solutioning? If...

Pratham Prasoon: Adapting to a new way of learning

Sharing the readily available online resources that allow for self-learning Like everyone else, Google is my best friend. Pratham Prasoon has shown me how the internet has liberated learning for everyone. Machine learning is no longer a complex subject limited to academic folks. Young and old alike, can have access...