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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.

data science certifications
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Data science is one of the hottest jobs in IT and one of the best paid too. And while it is essential to have the right academic background, it can also be crucial to back those up with the proper certifications. Certifications are a great way to give you an

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International Data Privacy Day
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International Data Privacy Day is almost here. January 28 is a chance for all of us to raise awareness, remind ourselves of our commitments to data privacy, and ensure we know data protection best practices. Data privacy (sometimes called “information privacy”) is a subset of data protection that deals with the proper

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Artificial intelligence is becoming crucial for businesses that want to compete and survive. In fact, if you’re not using AI in 2021, there’s a good chance you lose out to your competitors. Of course, that makes AI development a highly sought after career, as more companies need to hire skilled

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Cyber attacks increase threefold, 4 million unfilled cybersecurity positions
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In 2020, the world experienced an unprecedented increase in cybercrimes amid COVID-19. In fact, data breaches increase 273 percent in the first quarter, compared to 2019, according to a new study from cloud computing company Iomart. Thanks to the additional vulnerabilities that opened up as people work from home, moves to take

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For many years now, becoming a data scientist has been the goal for many. Billed as the hottest role of the 21st century, data scientists are among the highest paid in the IT industry and one of the most scarce right now. In fact, according to Glassdoor, the average salary

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AI and data science predictions for 2021
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Artificial intelligence saw rapid growth in 2020. The global pandemic and the resulting digital transformation forced upon companies and individuals as we moved from offices to homes accelerated AI usage and development. And it seems that this pace will not slow down in 2021. Here are a few predictions on

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Data Natives Unlimited 2020
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Data Natives Unlimited – Europe’s biggest data science and AI event – was forced out of its regular, “so Berlin” home this year thanks to the Covid-19 pandemic. What followed was an endeavor that exceeded our expectations. With 5,000 attendees, over 150 speakers, incredible partners, fantastic volunteers, and a team

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So you want to be a data scientist or get a few steps up the ladder in AI. But where do you start? Digital technology is the life-force of the modern world, and data science, AI, machine learning, and other related skills are not only necessary to get ahead; they’re

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Data comes in many shapes and forms, but two of its core structures are stacks and queues. TechTarget’s definition states the following; “In programming, a stack is a data area or buffer used for storing requests that need to be handled.” And what’s inside that data stack? It’s not just

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The global COVID-19 pandemic has generated a wide variety of responses from citizens, governments, charities, organizations, and the startup community worldwide. At the time of writing, the number of confirmed cases has now exceeded 1,000,000, affecting 204 countries and territories. From mandated lockdowns to applauding health workers from balconies, a

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