Zoldi leads applications of AI and machine learning at global analytics firm
- Corinium named Dr. Scott Zoldi, FICO chief analytics officer, as one of the top 100 innovators in data and analytics
- Dr. Zoldi specializes in applications of artificial intelligence and machine learning to business decisions
- Dr. Zoldi has authored 91 analytic patents at FICO
Leading analytics firm FICO today announced that its chief analytics officer, Dr. Scott Zoldi, has been named one of the top 100 innovators in data and analytics by Corinium. Corinium’s list spotlights business leaders, technologists and influencers who have accelerated the proliferation and understanding of data and analytics over the last 12 months.
“My focus is on applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to our customers’ operational data, to allow actionable and measurable decision management,” said Dr. Scott Zoldi. “I get tremendous satisfaction from helping FICO’s customers to solve their complex business problems; much of my time is spent listening and consulting with customers directly. I am gratified to join this list of fellow innovators who are changing the way the world works with analytics.”
“The Corinium Top 100 Innovators in Data and Analytics list showcases those who have provided an outstanding contribution to the industry,” said Adam Plom, managing director, Americas and Europe at Corinium. “Driven by his fascination of behavioral patterns and predictive insights that data can yield, Scott Zoldi has led the advancement of multiple analytics innovations, has numerous patents pending and we are delighted to honor his work for 2018.”
While at FICO, Dr. Zoldi has been responsible for authoring 91 analytic patents, with 43 patents granted and 48 in process. Dr. Zoldi is actively involved in the development of new analytic products and machine learning applications, many of which leverage new streaming analytic innovations such as adaptive analytics, collaborative profiling and self-calibrating analytics, such as the FICO® Falcon® Platform, which protects more than 2.6 billion payment cards worldwide.