A client of mine acquired a licence for a program that uses predictive analytics. He said he’s been able to cut down costs of few formulas in up to 40%, without the need of real formulators, and validating those changes (blindly) with consumer input.
Nevertheler, I know a completar of cases where the project chief wasn’t able to solve issues with his formulas even after 3 months of endless trials generated by the software, while a person who worked with me solved those issues in 3 attepmts.
My fear is that the software is used not only by my client, but by others, to replace knowledge with these programs that in practice, underperform in the presence of real knowlege.
I don’t know how to convince my client, and I’d like to also know your experience with these tools
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