ATLANTA, GA– May 18, 2016– The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), the state’s leading association dedicated to the promotion and economic advancement of Georgia’s technology industry, today announced TAG Business Intelligence and Analytics is now TAG Data Science & Analytics.
Significant terminology evolution has taken place since the early days of “Big Data”. Data and related analytics are at the core of both Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Science (DS). However, BI tends to be rearward looking and reporting on “what happened” vice the “predictive and future” orientation of DS. Date Scientists are expected to be proactive and have advanced math/statistical ability to interpret data with a focus towards realizing causation. After a full year of board consideration, we decided that adopting the lexicon and posture of “Data Science & Analytics” was inevitable.
Our focus is fundamentally data and what you do with it – biased towards the future. We strive to include the entire “data continuum” from unstructured data through structured data, pattern recognition, machine learning and artificial intelligence. The rapid change drivers of IoT, extensively networked sensors and discoverable data drive our society towards this evolved industry focus.
Additional Data Topics includes:
- Big Data
- Data Science
- Internet Of Things
- Business and Predictive Analytics
- Machine Learning
- Artificial Intelligence
- Storytelling through data
- Data Visualization
Our Board Members
- Bob Wright, Triias – Co-Chair
- Jason Seeby, Express Oil – Co-Chair
- Hamid Arjmand, Emory
- Ellett Bates, Visionaire Partners
- Emmanuel Brown, Kennesaw State University Alumni
- Mike Connor, Georgia Tech Alumni
- Wendy Collins, Turner
- John Cullerton, Equifax
- Tim Eck, Systems Evolution
- Eric Flamm, Flamm Consulting Inc.
- Reina Lingle, Data Analyst for Smarter Campaigns
- Sherita Martin, TAG
- Randy Pugh, Dell SecureWorks
- Scott Radcliffe, Cox
- Spencer Taft, Cox
- Kal Uppaladadiam, Novity
- Tony Verde, eHire
About The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG)
The Technology Association of Georgia (TAG) is the leading technology industry association in the state, serving more than 30,000 members and hosting over 200 events each year. TAG serves as an umbrella organization for 32 industry societies, each of which provides rich content for TAG constituents. TAG’s mission is to educate, promote, and unite Georgia’s technology community to foster an innovative and connected marketplace that stimulates and enhances a tech-based economy. The association provides members with access to networking and educational programs; recognizes and promotes Georgia’s technology leaders and companies; and advocates for legislative action that enhances the state’s economic climate for technology. Additionally, the TAG Education Collaborative (TAG’s charitable arm) focuses on helping science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education initiatives thrive. For more information visit the TAG website at www.tagonline.org or TAG’s community website at www.hubga.com. To learn about the TAG-Ed Collaborative, visit http://www.tagedonline.org/.