The capabilities of the mathematical corporation extend beyond mining big data, analytics, and artificial intelligence—pursuits that have spurred organizations to focus narrowly on answering known questions by querying specific, often proprietary, piles of data.
Instead, the mathematical corporation plumbs a universe of data to uncover new patterns and insights. By doing so, they discover the questions they should be asking and find solutions that might not have occurred to them otherwise. The mathematical corporation can predict and shape the future because it is forward-facing and breaks through the darkness of past constraints.
Examples of organizations becoming mathematical corporations through this process include: