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What is anomaly detection?

This article was written by Ankur Gupta and originally appeared on the Collibra Data Governance Blog here: https://www.collibra.com/blog/what-is-anomaly-detection

 

Anomaly detection, also called outlier analysis, is the process of identifying unusual patterns, rare events, atypical behaviors, or outliers of a dataset, which differ significantly from the rest of the data.

Are You Heading For a Data Dead-End?

This article was written by James Fisher and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here: https://www.qlik.com/blog/are-you-heading-for-a-data-dead-end

 

The power that data offers is undeniable. And yet, harnessing, quality checking and contextualizing it continues to challenge business leaders.

Bias in AI

This article was written by Scott Reed and originally appeared on the DataRobot Blog here: https://www.datarobot.com/blog/bias-in-ai/

 

In a recent blog, we talked about how, at DataRobot, we organize trust in an AI system into three main categories: trust in the performance in your AI/machine learning model, trust in the operations of your AI system, and trust in the ethics of your modelling workflow, both to design the AI system and to integrate it with your business process.

Detect Accounting Fraud with AI

This article was written by Wei Zhong Toh, Nina Xing, Clifton Phua and originally appeared on the DataRobot Blog here: https://www.datarobot.com/blog/detect-accounting-fraud-with-ai/

 

Accounting fraud is the manipulation or misstatement of a company’s financial statements to create an illusion of strong financial health.

Defining data observability

This article was written by Ankur Gupta and originally appeared on the Collibra Data Governance Blog here: https://www.collibra.com/blog/defining-data-observability

 

Forbes defines Data Observability as a set of tools to track the health of enterprise data systems, and identify and troubleshoot problems when things go wrong.

Combatting Misinformation

This article was written by Joe DosSantos and originally appeared on the Qlik Blog here: https://www.qlik.com/blog/combatting-misinformation

 

In March this year, I wrote a blog, titled “The Power of Misinformation,” in which I highlighted serious societal misinformation threats being caused by social media tricksters.