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Does Artificial Intelligence Mean Data Visualization is Dead?

By Stephen O’Connell, Afrooz Samaei, Anne Stevens and Jamie Waese

Source: IBM Cognos Analytics Design

It might be tempting to say that when AI can find patterns and outliers in a dataset faster and more accurately than people can, data visualization will become irrelevant and dashboards will become obsolete. If users can reliably ask a computer for whatever information they need, when they need…

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