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Scott Nelson

President & Chief Technology Officer, Board Member

Scott Nelson is the president and chief technology officer of Tamarack Technology. He has more than 30 years of strategic technology development, deployment and design thinking experience working with both entrepreneurs and Fortune 500 companies. Nelson is a sought-after speaker and contributor on topics related to IoT and digital health. His involvement in technology in the local and national technology community reflects an ongoing and outstanding commitment to technology development and innovation.

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Articles by Scott Nelson

Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 6/26/2024
June is officially the first month of summer and for most of us the beginning of picnic season. I am fond of picnics for a couple of reasons.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 6/11/2024
Inspired by the innovative insights of Converge 2024’s keynote speaker Peter Hinssen, Scott Nelson, a self-proclaimed technologist, outlines key technology takeaways from the conference—from data becoming knowledge to the intergenerational conflict that emerges from new technologies.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 5/13/2024
The idea that “risk never sleeps” came up at Tamarack recently when we were re-training our AI-based delinquency predictors. A team member pointed out that “the predictors are getting tougher.” My first thought was: “Well, that’s not surprising, delinquency risk has been growing.”
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 5/7/2024
My mind has been full of numbers lately. April has Tax Day, so I stress over my numbers and am usually disappointed at how they work out.
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 4/4/2024
Innovating with Data: Moving Past “Good Enough” By Scott Nelson
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Posted by Scott Nelson in Perspectives on 3/29/2024
Scott Nelson explores three levels of AI fitness. If you’re a beginner, your AI fitness journey must start with data consolidation before you can move on to data assessment and performance.
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