I'd like to change that with the help of a co-founder. He or she should have a solid background in mathematics, ideally a master's degree or Phd in mathematics or physics. You'd develop the mathematical models that run in a Big Data environment, i.e. your role could be called 'Co-Founder & Data Scientist'.
I can offer an office with a true start-up atmosphere and tons of experience with IT consulting, Business Intelligence, SCM, CRM, technical team leadership, project management, SAP, BW and MicroStrategy.
Users can post questions and collect responses. e.g. Marge eats two apples every day and is never sick, Bill eats no apples and is never sick, Sue eats one apple a day and gets flu once a year, and so on. How can we really figure this out? Well it needs lots of data and some analytical tools such as multi-variate regression - but obviously trivial to use (no expert knowledge required) The above apple question and anything like this have multiple factors, maybe it depends on the users age, if they smoke, exercise, etc. Besides needing to collect lots of data, the key to make this work is the validation, such as getting rid of bad data, or poorly posed questions.... This can be an information marketplace in which users can propose their own experiments, collect data, do analysis, and collaborate with professional scientists.
My company, Enlight, is developing an enterprise software to help mid-to-large-sized companies efficiently identify promising interviewees by integrating with existing recruiting systems and assigning an analytics-based value score using resume content and performance trends of past and current successful hires.
The concept is about collecting a subscribed company's recruiting and performance data (resume content, objectives, raises, recommendations, etc) to identify successful resources and the input patterns that led to their success, and recognizing the probability of the same input patterns in a submitted resume.
This service would be web-based, starting out to provide a dashboard view of the potential candidates worthy for an interviewer's valuable time.
Can you imagine using a supercomputer on demand? With no set up, and virtually an unlimited amount of compute power at your disposal, across any cloud platform.
My name is Mitchell Lawton and I am the founder of Swrm.
Our aim at Swrm is to provide a virtual supercomputer in the cloud.
The technology to achieve this is well tested and has been used since 1999 by Setti on more than 350,000 computers across the world generating more than 9.5pettaflops of processing power.
However to build this type of supercomputer with the current cloud infrastructure, it takes organizations weeks if not months setting up instances on amazon EC2 or google compute.
Swrm’s aim is to address this problem, by supplying Grid as a service to organizations. Our platform reduces cost associated with set up, and deployment of a high performance computing cluster
We handle everything from fault tolerance, load balancing to maintenance and security. This reduces an organization’s staffing requirements.
Swrm has four products under development Public cloud supercomputer, Private Cloud supercomputer, Hybrid Cloud supercomputer and Open Grid each are on demand and fully customizable with a few clicks and satisfy the legal requirements of an organization.
As you can see virtual supercomputers are within in reach of anyone, we just need to grasp it so we no longer need to imagine.
We utilize a patent pending process and algorythm that works off of a crowd sourced model, from our testing providing a better user experience and improved music discovery.
The primary focus of the project is to improve user experience both front end as well as backend development work as well as integrate the app into additional platforms.
If anyone wants to chat with me about father idea, don't hesitate to ask.