Shreya Hegde
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Shreya Hegde

Shreya Hegde is on the editorial team on Dataconomy. She is currently pursuing her degree in economics at Krea University. Her interests include baking, gaming, and writing, which includes managing and editing The Weave, a news publication.

Sustainable tech and AI
FeaturedArtificial IntelligenceEnergy & Environment

Sustainability is a term thrown about quite often in conversations that we have, in the workplace or at home. The umbrella term sustainability includes depleting resources, increasing temperatures, rising sea levels, and more. The concept of sustainability as we know it today was defined in the 1980s. Since then, it

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security dilemma smart home devices
Internet of ThingsCybersecurityFeaturedTechnology & IT

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.

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Sustainability data reveals surprises
Energy & EnvironmentData ScienceFeatured

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

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Pushing boundaries with machine learning
Machine LearningEnergy & EnvironmentFeaturedHealthcareTechnology & IT

Machine learning (ML) is how a system learns and adapts its processes from the patterns found in large amounts of data. When we think of machine learning, some prominent examples come to mind. For instance, the way product recommendations on Amazon are eerily similar to Google searches you’ve done. The

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