Tag Archives: utilities

Are there relics in your data management?

September 6, 2017

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about remnants in language — speech patterns and phrases we still use long after we have forgotten their original purpose. (You guessed it: my studies on the formation and change of human language are still going strong.) We repeat the same phrases without any real understanding of their original… Read More »

Maybe you can’t machine learn everything – but does that mean you shouldn’t try?

July 10, 2017

  I just got back from the EAGE, the 79th annual European conference and exhibition for Geoscience and Engineering. But what I actually want to tell you about is what I did on the weekend before the conference started. A few of us from Teradata joined a slightly more recent tradition – the Subsurface Hackathon… Read More »