Whether you’re ready, cryptocurrency and blockchain technology has an increasing impact on financial markets, and they’ve certainly piqued investors’ interest. Those who want to get their feet wet in cryptocurrency investing or have considered it but don’t know where to start may benefit from reading a few interesting books about
Software defined data center (SDDC) is the result of decades-long progress in server virtualization. SDDC extends virtualization into data storage and networking, and it provides a single software toolset for managing those virtualized assets. All infrastructure elements, networking, storage, CPU, and security are virtualized and delivered as a service in
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?
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
This article was originally published at Grit Daily and is reproduced with permission. Some things are just guaranteed to set me off. Denying facts, poor quality chocolate, and unsubstantiated myths top the list, although not necessarily in that order. I’ve had my fair share of exposure to all three recently,
If you are a Data Scientist wondering what companies could have the most career opportunities or an employer looking to hire the best data science talent but aren’t sure what titles to use in your job listings — a recent report using Diffbot’s Knowledge Graph could hold some answers for
Fraud is at a record high – nearly half of all businesses had experienced fraud in the past two years. This excerpt of the Explorium’s guide on enhancing risk models explains how to build them better in three steps. Every few years, whether global, local, or industry-specific, a major event
Hacking Health Berlin, Charité University Hospital Berlin, the Berlin Institute of Health, Data Natives and Vision Health Pioneers brought together 164 participants, and 20 hacking teams that produced 14 community-sourced tech solutions to meet the COVID-19-related needs of Germany’s leading clinicians and researchers. Let’s take a look at the results.
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
Five experts went live with educational sessions at our community site DN Club and told us about technology in times of coronavirus. Where are we heading in the crisis and how can the tech community contribute to finding solutions? Even though we are moving towards difficult times, there might be