Stewart Rogers
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Stewart Rogers

Stewart Rogers, Editor-in-Chief at Dataconomy, is a journalist, analyst, public speaker, author, startup founder, musician, and "digital nomad."

Rogers is best known for his speeches and work on mental health in the tech industry. He helps to shine a light on a serious issue and provides those that need it with the help and support required to stay alive and at their best. Other than his mental health keynote, he speaks on topics such as AI, AR, and other emerging technologies. A former analyst for VentureBeat, Rogers uses the latest research and data to explain what is happening both now and next.

Rogers is also Managing Editor at Grit Daily, a contributor at Hackernoon, and Editor-in-Chief at Badass Times.

Decentralized Data Exchanges And Mpc
BlockchainFeatured

Data privacy has rapidly become the number one concern among Internet users. With recent scandals involving data breaches, lack of user control, and third-party exploitation, it’s easy to understand why. However, this doesn’t mean that all hope is lost. There are various ways we can leverage blockchain technology to solve

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Defi And Carbon Credits Have Stalled
FeaturedBlockchain

Many startups have tried, and are trying, to use blockchain and – lately – decentralized finance (DeFi) for good. One of the most promising areas is the carbon credits market, where blockchain, transparent distributed ledgers, and smart contracts appear to be a natural fit. But things haven’t progressed as planned.

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Vetted Raises $14M For Ai-Powered Product Search
Retail & ConsumerArtificial IntelligenceFeaturedMachine LearningStartups

When looking for the most relevant products and the best prices, shoppers don’t – surprisingly – have many options available to them. Depending on which research you believe, around 38-44% of product searches begin on Amazon, and another 40% or so start with a search engine. Mostly Google, of course.  Along

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Datorios Data Transformation Framework
Data ScienceBig DataFeaturedNewsStartups

When it comes to data – recognized by The Economist in 2017 as the most valuable commodity in the world – one phrase still rings true: garbage in, garbage out. That’s one of the reasons why data transformation solutions are getting so much attention right now. When it comes to

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Applied Data Hackathon
EventsData ScienceFeaturedTechnology & IT

From February 28 to March 7, 2022, the Applied Data Hackathon welcomed data scientists with entrepreneurial spirits from multiple backgrounds. Participants tackled three challenges or brought their own, intending to solve some of the most pressing real-world problems we face today. The satisfaction of coming up with original and inspiring

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Hackathon Success Stories
EventsFeaturedTechnology & IT

What connects Zapier, GroupMe, CloudMine, Zaarly, LaunchRock, and Foodspotting? These successful startups were created during weekend hackathon events and, combined, have gone on to raise $51.4m in funding. However, when you search for “hackathon success stories,” you’ll see that these examples are somewhat rare. Partly that’s because the teams involved

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Flow Ai-Powered Supermarket Automation
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedRetail & Consumer

Retail, particularly supermarket automation, continues to move faster than ten packets of toilet rolls when a lockdown is announced. It won’t surprise anyone that AI is at the forefront of the solutions changing the way we shop, including computer vision. We’ve seen AI-powered solutions that remove the need for cashiers

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Mlytics
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedTechnology & IT

Towards the end of 2021, the Facebook (now Meta) family of apps cost the company nearly $100 million in revenue thanks to a six-hour-long outage. In addition to revenue losses, it drove millions of users to rival platforms, such as Twitter, Telegram, and Signal. The problem of website downtime is

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Planner 5D Data-Driven Design Program
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedTechnology & IT

Architects and interior designers have switched from pencils and papers to digital software and iPads, causing a significant change in design practices over the last few decades. Digital tools, as well as VR and AR technologies, are changing the way we learn, work, and live. And a whole new direction

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Olga Vorobyeva Defi
BlockchainFeaturedFinance

Decentralized finance (DeFi) is booming. And among everything blockchain has to offer, DeFi is one of the most legitimate sectors and – arguably – the most promising. But like everything in life, it has its pitfalls too. “Decentralized finance allows anyone a do-it-yourself version of investment banking, supported by high

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