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This was an SAP Webcast yesterday.  You can view all roadmaps at sap.com/roadmaps

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Retrain model; machines will continuously learn from data

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Data manager – user manages data with clicks, not code

Reusable transformations with predictive analytics

Propose ways to build models with guided workflow

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Automate models and lifecycle management

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Current challenges in advanced analytics and machine learning

 

 

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Automation and operationalization

Looking to a web version

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Automated analytics based on guided workflows

Expert analytics is based on predictive composer for experts, data scientists

Predictive Factory – massive models and deployment

On the right, “unify” access and modeling using Predictive Factory interface

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Complementary approaches

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Embed capabilities in SAP applications (e.g. Fraud Management) – PAi on the right

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Goals are shown above

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GDPR is part of the planned innovations

Data Hub architecture support

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Continue unification journey

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Data set preparation

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Unified predictive analytics platform, unified UI, user experience, predictive insights

Effort to expand embedding predictive models in business applications

 

I missed the start, but for sure the legal disclaimer applies:

 

Upcoming Predictive Webcasts:

 

Nov 30 Refresh Expert Streams on Predictive Factory

Dec 12 Best Practices for Automated Analytics

 

Other:

Oct 12 Introducing SAP Analytics Hub

Oct 19 An exciting new future for SAP BusinessObjects Web Intelligence

Oct 26 Overall SAP Analytics strategy and direction 

Oct 31 What’s new in SAP BI Mobile and Roadmap

Nov 7 Cross-Solution Analytics with SAP Analytics Cloud

Nov 9 What’s New in SAP Lumira 2.0

Nov 20 What’s new in Analysis Office 2.6?

Nov 28 – Introduction to SAP Data Hub 

Dec 5 – Update on Conversion Tools for SAP BW/4HANA

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