ON SCREEN TEXT: Collin Otis
Director, Data Science
COLLIN: A few years ago, Target acquired my company, and with that, we set up a Pittsburgh team.
The camera quickly pans over a circle of men standing in front of a whiteboard full of yellow sticky notes and orange text. Collin talks to the group and gestures while he speaks.
COLLIN: My original background is in computational physics.
Collin writes on a whiteboard full of black and blue text.
COLLIN: I worked on hypersonic aerospace applications for NASA and for the Air Force Research Labs.
Standing in front of the whiteboard, Collin speaks to a circle of people.
Collin sits and speaks to the camera.
COLLIN: The problems that we were solving in government research labs are very interesting and challenging, but your work has such an enormous impact at a company like Target.
A man wearing a red T-shirt works in front of a computer with dual screens and several windows open. White text and a white Target Bullseye logo are visible on the shirt.
ON SCREEN TEXT: WHEN WAS THE LAST TIME YOUR PROJECT
REACHED AN AUDIENCE OF 43 MILLION? CODEWITHTARGET.COM
COLLIN: The ultimate goal of our work is to make guests' lives better.
Luis looks at a computer screen.
LUIS: Target gives us the ability to do things that are literally impossible for other people to do.
Seen from the side, Luis looks at his computer screen.
Luis sits and speaks to the camera. While he talks, he gestures with his hands. White text in a gray box and a white Target Bullseye logo appear.
ON SCREEN TEXT: Luis Stevens
Director, High-Performance Computing
LUIS: Instead of processing small data streams or just sampling data streams, you can just process full- blown, complete data streams at the level of potentially, you know, millions and millions of data items every single second.