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Throwback to an Emerging Technology Conference by Kay S

Analyticum Deus: A Brief History of Tomorrow’s Analyst “The human side of analytics is the biggest challenge to implementing big data.” – Paul Gibbons  “With great power comes great responsibility!” was the message that Chris Arnold, SVP and Head of Product & Modelling, Wells Fargo subtly yet assertively drove into the minds of the participants at RACE360 Emerging Technology Conference 2019 held at Hotel LaLiT Ashok on August 28, 2019.   During his session titled, “Analyticum Deus: A brief history of tomorrow’s analyst,” he shed light upon one of the most important aspects of emerging technology – it’s power to render a human to become a destructive force at times such as the invent of nuclear weapons.   Responsibility, accessibility, and technological power needs to go hand in hand with accountability along with strong principles resting with people who have unrestrained and unbridled access to data as per Chris. Quoting Elon Musk who compared that AI can be more da

Deep Dive into my Soul by Kay S

Musings on a Mid-Summer Day   "We are born by chance, the choices we make define who we are!" - Kay S Hello Folks!  Hope you are all doing fine amidst the lockdown and social distancing.  I decided to do some introspection today as I woke up and decided to write this to put things a bit into perspective. The day dawned today upon me just as it did each day although today seemed a bit more different within me than everyday . I felt positive, I felt energized, and I felt as though I need to collect my thoughts together and record it somewhere.  As I went about the daily routine of mine, these profound thoughts that I always believed in kept popping into my head, one of which is the quote above that I always mention every time I get a chance to speak.  Think about it, isn't it true that we are born by chance!  I do not know any person who can say that they asked to be born and they made the decision to be in this world.  Going by that theory, it is clear that al

A Tribute to Shakeel Badayuni by Kay S

Shakeel Badayuni - A Phenomenon   A treatise based on a narrative by Prof. Ramesh Dutt  "Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words" - Robert Frost Today, the 20th of April 2020, shall be and is memorable for a lot of reasons.  Today is the death anniversary of Shakeel Badayani, a great lyricist of the Indian cinema.  Not just that, it is all the more memorable because the entire world is reeling under the epidemic of COVID-19 caused by the Corona Virus forcing us to stay indoors and maintain self-quarantine and social distancing.  The morning dawned on me with a lot of uncertainties and worries of being in a corporate world and I casually woke up checking my phone as usual and there it was, the usual bayaar-e-seher from my Pitamah, Dutt Saab.  I listened to it and promised that I would write on it by the EOD and as the clock strikes 11:11 p.m. I sit here to post this on my blog for posterity but all the more to share it with th