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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.

Fitness - data science, machine learning, AI
Artificial IntelligenceData ScienceFeaturedHealthcareMachine Learning

Our world revolves around data. Data science, machine learning, and AI have become some of the most critical technologies and industries in the 21st Century, penetrating almost every aspect of our lives, including fitness and wellbeing. The impact of technology on fitness industry On the consumer side, this technology triumvirate

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Vectorization, UFOs, UAPs, and aliens
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If there’s one topic that has captured the public’s attention consistently over the decades, it is this: have aliens visited Earth, and have we caught them in the act on camera? Unidentified Flying Objects (UFOs) and Unidentified Aerial Phenomena (UAPs) tick all the boxes regarding our love of conspiracy theories,

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Data Natives x VentureBeat Transform speakers and partners
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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,

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polypoly and GAIA-X partnership
HealthcareFeatured

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

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mce Systems computer vision and Vodafone UK
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedTechnology & IT

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

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Artificial intelligence and fitness
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedHealthcare

This article was originally published on Neoteric and is reproduced with permission. Artificial intelligence (AI) has revolutionized our lives in so many ways, and that includes the area of fitness, exercise, and physical wellbeing. Technologies previously available to sports teams, gyms, and personal trainers are now available on smartphones. AI even

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AIaaS - artificial intelligence as a service
Artificial IntelligenceFeaturedMachine Learning

AIaaS stands for Artificial Intelligence as a Service, which refers to companies, cloud providers, and platforms that provide access to turnkey AI solutions. Like Software as a Service (SaaS), it helps you use AI in your business without developing them in-house. AIaaS gives smaller businesses access to artificial intelligence and

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Hyper-casual games
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This article originally appeared on Hackernoon and is reproduced with permission. Hyper-casual games have captured the mobile games industry’s interest ever since the incredible meteoric rise (and fall) of Flappy Bird in 2014. In 2018, the total mobile games market stood at $50 billion, of which $10 billion came from

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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
Data ScienceFeaturedNews

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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