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polypoly and GAIA-X partnership
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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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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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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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Data Natives x VentureBeat Transform
EventsArtificial IntelligenceFeatured

It’s time to announce our first speakers at Data Natives x VentureBeat Transform, the week-long AI conference where we’ll be hosting half a day of amazing, educational content. VentureBeat Transform 2021 takes place between July 12-16, 2021. The event is hosted online and includes a stellar cast of speakers and

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Predictive analytics in insurance
FinanceBig DataContributorsFeatured

Big data is one of the most rapidly growing industries in the world and was valued at $169 billion in 2018, with expectations to approach the $300 billion mark by the end of next year. Even with such monetary influence in the world already, the industry is still figuring itself

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TinyML and machine learning best practices
Machine LearningContributorsFeatured

There’s been an ongoing trend of people wanting increasingly capable and smaller tech devices. Those desires have spurred progress in a segment of artificial intelligence (AI) called TinyML. Here’s a look at how it could enhance future possibilities.  What Is TinyML? It’s already widely known that processing data directly on

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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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chief data officer
Data ScienceArtificial IntelligenceBI & AnalyticsCase StudiesFeaturedNewsTech Trends

What’s next for the Chief Data Officer role? How can CDOs navigate disruption, bring business value to their organizations, and, ultimately, get an invitation to the board of directors?

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Blockchain talent - bridging the gap
BlockchainArtificial IntelligenceContributorsFeatured

Last week, Dataconomy’s Stewart Rogers served as master of ceremonies for a CogX Open Web Forum panel (curated by Fabric Ventures) I participated in along with Muneeb Ali (Stacks) and Josh Tobkin (Supra-Oracles). We were grappling with the question of how we inspire best-in-breed technical stars to join Open Web

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Analytics and decision making
BI & AnalyticsBig DataContributorsFeatured

Like oil or money, data is a valuable resource that holds great potential. But too many organizations set their sights on amassing data, or worse, using it only in isolated processes or departments when they should be focused on applying data throughout their everyday operations.   Technology is, of course, part

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