Ci-dessous, deux portraits de grands noms de l'histoire de la data science : Hinton et Laplace. En tout, douze portraits ont été réalisés et rassemblés dans le livre "Innovators of Data Science". Quand une entreprise décide de communiquer autour de ses valeurs en utilisant la bande dessinée, on obtient un résultat sensible, pédagogique et instructif !

Sandrine Martin a réalisé une bande dessinée pour la communication de DATAIKU. Si vous souhaitez en savoir plus, c’est par ICI.


Sandrine Martin communication dataiku

Dataiku was founded on the principle that in order to succeed in the world’s rapidly evolving ecosystem, companies must use data to continuously innovate. Since its founding in 2013, Dataiku has been the leader in democratizing data and empowering organization-wide collaboration.

Today, more than 450 companies worldwide use Dataiku to systemize their use of data and AI. Use diverse cases from fraud detection to customer churn prevention, predictive maintenance to supply chain optimization, and everything in between.

Dataiku was founded by Florian Douetteau, Clément Stenac, Thomas Cabrol, and Marc Batty.

Florian is the Chief Executive Officer of Dataiku. Florian started working in the startup world at age 20 and hasn’t stopped since. He’s fond of creative writing, playing with real and artificial languages, as well as any board or screen games where he still has a chance to beat his kids.

He’s also committed to Paris, a city where he was born, raised, loved and lives; Florian invests in and helps companies and tech founders as a small contribution to the growing Paris tech ecosystem.

Clément Stenac is a passionate software engineer and the Chief Technology Officer at Dataiku. He oversees the design and development of Dataiku, software that’s making the use of data and AI everyday behavior for everyone.

Clément was previously head of product development at Exalead, leading the design and implementation of web-scale search engine software. He also has extensive experience with open source software, as a former developer of the VideoLAN (VLC) and Debian projects.