Data lakehouse
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Data professionals have long debated the merits of the data lake versus the data warehouse. But this debate has become increasingly intense in recent times with the prevalence of data and analytics workloads in the cloud, the growing frustration with the brittleness of Hadoop, and hype around a new architectural

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TV, data, and advertising
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The TV landscape of 2021 is unrecognizable compared to that of the 1950s when TV ad exposure measurement was born. As viewing habits have evolved over the decades, the advertising industry hasn’t always kept up-to-date.  The worldwide pandemic and national lockdowns became a catalyst for change, with UK audiences spending

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Financial brands AI data personalized services
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Computing advances and data expansion have suddenly made AI part of everyday life and an invaluable tool for almost every industry. Healthcare, manufacturing, transportation, law enforcement, national defense, and education all stand on the precipice of revolutions due to AI’s evolution – but perhaps no field is so perfectly suited

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Speech recognition systems show bias
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This article originally appeared on VentureBeat and is reproduced with permission. Even state-of-the-art automatic speech recognition (ASR) algorithms struggle to recognize the accents of people from certain regions of the world. That’s the top-line finding of a new study published by researchers at the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands Cancer Institute, and the Delft

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Can AI make us happy
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedHealthcare

Artificial intelligence is seeping into every aspect of our lives. AI helps us buy, watch, or listen to the right thing at the right time. It’s suggesting the best news – or articles that will sway our opinion. AI is finding and directing our rideshare, optimizing our food orders, and

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Digital natives data literacy
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Exasol, a high-performance analytics database company, today launched its new study’s findings into the attitudes and understanding that young people – “digitial natives” – currently in higher education or just entering the world of work have towards data. The study of 3,000 16- to 21-year-olds (coined D/NATIVES by Exasol because of their

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