We have developed this presentation of the possibilities of data visualization and our experience with the field. Interactive data visualization involves transforming data into graphics with a view to communicating data knowledge to users. Thus, interactive visualizations contribute with tools that enhance the users' ability to analyze data to ultimately perform their job better or make decisions.
A new analysis from Statistics Denmark states that Danish companies are still at the top in the EU when it comes to digitization. But even though this is an important factor for competitiveness, the large companies are generally the most digital companies. There is therefore great potential for utilizing more advanced technologies such as artificial intelligence, 3D printing and Internet-connected sensors, etc., also for the small and medium-sized companies.
It has been profitable for Denmark to invest in big data: DKK 750 million in return for 45. This is the estimate from the companies after participating two years in the public-private partnership for big data, DABAI.
Artificial intelligence is changing the way in which organizations innovate and communicate their processes, products and services. Artificial intelligence is an excellent means for recognizing patterns and thus perfect for customer service as the consumers ask many of the same questions when they contact customer service.
Artificial intelligence goes hand in hand with logistics and planning. Optimization and planning as well as diagnosis and suggestions for treatment. That is a sensible use of artificial intelligence in the Danish healthcare services according to the Deputy Director and Professor of artificial intelligence, Anders Kofod-Petersen from the Alexandra Institute.
100 big data enthusiasts from research and industry were gathered at the annual DABAI conference. The purpose was to give insight into the work with big data in key areas such as climate, education and consultancy.