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Database Paradigm Shift
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The amount of data we create is increasing by the hour, which has resulted in organizations struggling to deal with data accumulation and analysis. Things can get chaotic pretty quickly with IoT devices, applications, manual entry, and many other sources constantly generating data with different or no structures. Anyone who

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Web Summit Startups And Data
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“The Olympics of Tech,” Web Summit, took place 1-4 November in Lisbon, Portugal. Despite Europe being in the middle of a pandemic, the world’s premier tech conference gathered 42,751 attendees. At a time of great uncertainty for many industries and, indeed, the world itself, “the grand conclave of the tech

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How To Form A Close-Knit Data Science Team In Weeks
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David Kuntz, Head of Data Science at Degreed, discusses how to find and form a close-knit, full-stack data science team in weeks.  We’ve all heard about data science unicorns – people with an almost mythical set of skills that can bring real clout and power into your organisation. But searching

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How Startup Collaborations Are Boosting The Ruhr Region
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Corporations need to digitalize in order to overcome their challenges. That’s especially true for the large industrial corporations in Germany’s Ruhr region and its over 50 cities and municipalities. By collaborating with startups, they are able to drive the change forward, and that’s what the Data Hub program by Gründerallianz

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Hackathons And Action Groups: How Tech Is Responding To The Covid-19 Pandemic
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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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#Hackcorona 2.0: Open-Source Hardware, Telehealth &Amp; Pandemic Forecasts
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According to WHO, it took more than 3 months to reach the first 100,000 confirmed cases of coronavirus worldwide, but only 12 days to reach 200,000, 4 days to reach 300,000, 3 days to reach 400,000 and another 5 to reach 700,000. China’s cases rocketed in the early weeks of

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Hackcorona: 300 Participants, 41 Nationalities, 23 Solutions To Fight Covid-19 Outbreak
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In just one day, the HackCorona initiative gathered over 1700 people and 300 selected hackers came up with 23 digital solutions to help the world fight the COVID-19 outbreak during the 48-hour long virtual hackathon by Data Natives and Hacking Health. Here are the results. HackCorona was created on March 17th

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Do Not Underestimate Europe’s Ai Innovators
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Which are the AI startups that are innovating in Europe? Why is the world so skeptic about AI innovation in Europe? From where will the next wave of innovation come? Read on.  Pundits say that Europe is losing the race for artificial intelligence (AI). Their perspective is suspiciously dire and

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The Medflix Principle : How To Use Curated Content For Healthcare
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Netflix excels at attracting users to its platform and hooking them on to the content it provides. For several years, pharmaceutical companies have wanted to achieve the same thing with specialised medical content. But is it that easy to transfer the “Netflix principle” to the pharmaceutical industry? What kind of

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A Simple And Transparent Machine Learning Approach Proves To Conquer The German Market
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Vice-President of XING’s Data Science team, Dr. Sébastien Foucaud, believes the time of blackbox AI is behind us. The market leader in the DACH region has a vision for its Machine Learning: it should be explainable to the boss, as well as to users.  Focussing on German-speaking countries since 2012,

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