It was a week of superlatives. Data Natives x VentureBeat Transform week was an outstanding success in every aspect. Whether you measure the quality of the speakers, the content of the sessions, the incredible registered attendee facts, the support of our sponsors and partners, or the number of people watching
Smart home devices are used to monitor or control the environment in our homes. These marvels of technology make life easier by handling changes in temperature, lighting, entertainment systems, and other appliances. But while they’re the height of convenience, we can’t ignore the security nightmare being created by their use.
It’s almost time to bring Data Natives x VentureBeat Transform to life. As part of VB’s week-long flagship AI conference, Data Natives is hosting half a day of amazing, educational content this Friday. VentureBeat Transform 2021 takes place between July 12-16, 2021, and we’ve already had two incredible days of knowledge,
GAIA-X and HEALTH-X dataLOFT add polypoly as a consortium partner to give citizens control over health data
GAIA-X – a funding competition associated with the German Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWI) – has published the outlines for its first and second approval tranche, and polypoly is part of it as a consortium partner for the HEALTH-X dataLOFT project. GAIA-X is a project that aims
Data has evolved to be present in every part of our lives. When buying a product, we search for a consumer rating or an expert giving us a statistic on how effective the product is. We collect data from our experiences and use it to guide future actions. A similar
mce brings computer vision to Vodafone UK, lets users self-grade their smartphone’s value for trade-ins
This article was originally published on Grit Daily and is reproduced with permission. One of the more commonly used AI developments is computer vision. Whether it is Google Lens or Pinterest Lens, it is easy to get users to adopt. After all, 1,074 photos are uploaded on Instagram every second