Eileen McNulty
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Eileen McNulty

Eileen McNulty-Holmes is the Head of Content for Data Natives, Europe’s largest data science conference. For the past ten years, they have written, edited and strategised for companies and publications spanning tech, arts and culture. With a core focus in journalism and content, Eileen has also spoken at conferences, organised literary and art events, mentored others in journalism, and had their fiction and essays published in a range of publications. They are passionate about amplifying marginalised voices in their field (particularly those from the LGBTQ community), AI, and dressing like it’s still the ’80s

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Over the past two months, SAS have been staking their claim for in-memory analytics for Hadoop. They have been providing data scientists and analysts with fast, powerful new tools for advanced analytics. First, there was SAS In-Memory Statistics for Hadoop, allowing users to build, explore and model data, all within

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Google suffered a disruptive defeat yesterday, when Europe’s top court ruled search engines should erase links to ‘outdated’ or ‘irrelevant’ information on individuals upon their request. The case was brought forward by Mario Costeja González, a Spanish national who complained to Google after searches of his name brought up an

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  Alchemy API is branching out from its usual realm of natural-language processing and into the world of computer vision. Its new product, Alchemy Vision, is the first computer vision API on the market to understand complex visual scenes without textual clues. Using the pixel content, AlchemyVision can recognise multiple

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IBM has announced a new portfolio of software-defined storage technology, which intelligently decreases the cost of IT infrastructure and offers unparalleled processing speeds. The technology was developed for the Watson Artificial Intelligence Project, which can comb through 200 million pages of structured and unstructured data in minutes. Watson famously ‘outsmarted’

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The future of crime fighting is moving away from reacting to incidents as they occur and towards ‘predicting’ crime in order to prevent it. The LAPD have already spoken about using earthquake models to predict crime ‘aftershocks‘; now, The Australian Crime Comission are scanning massive sets of data to examine

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Join 1000+ of the industry’s top minds at the world’s largest executive led Big Data Summit and share challenges and best practices with pioneers in the data science field. Hear from 80+ speakers from Fortune 500 companies leading Big Data initiatives. Who will you meet? If your job role includes

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The Healthcare industry is at a turning point. Huge amounts of analytical talent is flowing into healthcare and by 2016 half of hospitals will be using advanced analytics software, compared to 10% today. This trend is driven by the realization that the best way to help physicians make better treatment decisions

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Why did you change your mind? Imagine being able to answer that question. Understanding PEOPLE (i.e. not shoppers, not consumers, not respondents) – but people – across platforms and touch-points in an increasingly interconnected world threaded together with always-on technology, presents an opportunity for you to know people more deeply

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Data is the most important tool that your organization has in order to maintain relevance and growth in today’s complex environment. The ground-breaking Chief Data Officer Summit covers the latest innovations you need to advance your organization’s data strategy and management. In addition to the wealth of insight into data development,

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The Business Intelligence Innovation Summit brings together thought- leaders from the industry for an event acclaimed for its interactive sessions and high-level speakers. As organizations have developed the capacity to gain greater insight from data and statistics – and with the increase in the volume of data available – it is

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