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No longer considered the “future of work,” AI is infiltrating industries and job roles at impactful rates. Across the U.S. economy, one-third of the U.S. workers are interacting with some form of AI in their jobs today – even if many of these interactions are still in a limited capacity.

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Here is what a recent report says about job opportunities for Data Scientists across Europe including salaries and benefits, job motivations, programming languages used, tech skills and what people want most from their work. Glassdoor names “Data Scientist” as the best job in the United States for 2019 and LinkedIn

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Here is what “The State of European Tech 2018”, a data-driven analytical report by Atomico reveals about the factors that are accelerating the growth of tech in the European economy The comparison of Europe’s tech scene with Silicon Valley in the U.S and Asia (particularly China) has been a topic

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Anyone with a Netflix subscription understands the process of finding a movie or TV show to watch. You go to the website and see the shows that you recently watched, some shows that are recommended and maybe a few show ratings. Each Netflix user has his or her unique set of options

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Many people look at the world as a zero sum game. When one person wins, it’s because someone else had to lose. The same principles are often applied to infosecurity. If you are winning at infosecurity, it is because someone else is losing. Cybercrime is so rampant – and both

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The money in your pockets has three basic traits – it’s tangible, centrally regulated and easy to counterfeit. Bitcoin is the exact reversal of it. Bitcoin is a cryptocurrency that operates independently without banking institutions and the government meddling into its affairs. There’s nothing physical about it – it’s all

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Data breaches are in the news all the time. It seems like you can’t go anywhere and swipe your credit card these days without receiving word your information may have been stolen. In typical data breaches where credit card info is stolen customers have a fair amount of protection through

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The world is increasingly digital, and this means big data is here to stay. In fact, the importance of big data and data analytics is only going to continue growing in the coming years. It is a fantastic career move and it could be just the type of career you

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You may not realize it, but your car probably already has some self-driving technologies—even basic ones. For example, many of the newest cars have lane assist or park assist, which can help you avoid unintended lane violations or better ease into parking spots. But those car assistance technologies depend on

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Another year, another stellar run for the tech world’s darling – data. Big Data analytics and Business Intelligence are both fueling the growth of Enteprises all over the world, and also getting heavy investment within the Big Data market. The ability to gain insights laying dormant in unstructured data is enabling organizations to compete and

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London has reigned undisputed as Europe’s digital startup king since the first rise of the digital economy in the old continent. However, Berlin has recently established itself as London’s chief rival, even before the UK’s EU referendum. According to UK Prime Minister Theresa May, the implementation of Brexit will not occur

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How many hours do you think the world spends watching TV per day? Well, it’s a lot, we are sure of that, especially given the popular growth of Netflix! According to eMarketer, in 2015, American adults spent a daily average of 5.5 hours with video content. In addition, a recent

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Re-identifying the roles in the Data Science Industry Data Science is a growing field, that goes without saying. Businesses are taking a data driven approach to maximize understanding, output and results within their industry, gaining a competitive advantage. Although, the end goal for all companies is more or less the

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Choosing the right language for data analysis can be almost as complicated as actually learning the language. For many reasons, R and Python are two of the most popular: R is often praised for its great features for data visualization, as it was developed with statisticians in mind; plenty of programmers love multi-purpose Python for its so-simple-a-child-could-do-it syntax. Why

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As Albert Einstein once said, “If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.” The good people at Solink definitely took this to heart when crafting their latest infographic, which aims to define big data in a manner your Grandma would understand. We think the results serve

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This new infographic from open, secure RFID Asset Management providers RF Code looks into the hidden costs of manual data collection. It shows that the costs involved in actually collecting the data are often just the tip of the iceberg, and uncovers myriad factors that businesses might not consider during

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We’re in the midst of a health data revolution, with the Internet of Things and digitisation of health records meaning data is becoming increasingly comprehensive, and also increasingly actionable. This infographic from [email protected] talks us through the background of Electronic Health Records (EHR), how widely EHR have been adopted, and

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Although there are methods to prevent your data from being shared across the web, there’s a host of information that exists which you may not be aware of. This infographic from Hubspot is a great visualisation that describes how much Data Brokerages know about you. If you don’t know what a

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Following on from our recent report on music streaming service Spotify, we were wondering about how much musicians actually get from having their songs hosted on streaming music services. This infographic claims to have the answer. Although reading through, it may become obvious that this infographic comes from the streaming

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Data centres are the cornerstone of the internet. As this infographic states, “Digital files may not take up space in your house, but everything on the internet has a home.” This home is the data centre, the starting point of your online journey. This infographic by WhoIsHostingThis takes us through

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In the age of the internet, the adage “If the service is free, you’re the product” reigns supreme. You only need to look at your most-visited sites- email inboxes, social media, cloud-based document stores- to see a range of sites whose primary commodity is our personal information. This insightful infographic

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Last year, the Washington Post released a detailed look into the data leaked by Edward Snowden concerning US intelligence funding. Martin Grandjean used this data to create one simple, overarching graphic, detailing the spending of various intelligence agencies within the US. For the visualisation, Grandjean used Gephi software, and worked

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Big Data can be extremely valuable- it can help you optimise business processes, speed up operational decision-making and uncover new monetizing opportunities- if you know how to use it. In “Can You Turn Big Data into Big Dollars?”, EMC’s Bill Schmarzo (and his “über-creative marketing folks” talks you through how

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If you’re not sick of World Cup fever just yet, we have a few World Cup visualisations to brighten up your weekend. The first is a visualisation showing how World Cup teams are drawn from league players around the world. Although you have to be a national citizen to play

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The use of statistical language tools like R, SAS and SPSS is growing at unprecedented rates. Forums are full of questions about which program to learn, is one easier than the other, how popular are they, etc. However, what is the current state of these programming languages? – what companies

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Big Data Universe
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The infographic leverages data from Wikibon’s Big Data report. It encapsulates the Big Data universe in single image, depicting the revenue breakdown derived from Big Data. These range from Hadoop pure-plays to legacy vendors to NoSQL, as well as companies less associated with the Big Data space. This infographic is

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US middle class no longer the world richest
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Last week, we had a quick look at Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the Twenty-First Century, and data-driven research that highlights rising inequality globally. The following infographic featured today further shows how the American middle class is no longer the most affluent in the world. Economic figures, such as GDP per

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Here’s an infographic of 8 industries that could benefit from big data.   (Image Credit: kenmainr)

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