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An insider tip: if you’re looking for the real inside track on tech innovation at a conference, look to the startups. Undoubtedly the larger companies have the resources and brainpower to fuel the innovations of tomorrow, but many of the nascent ideas which will revolutionise the ways we live and

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Diabetes is a disease that trifles victims on a world-wide scale and as big data and artificial intelligence (AI) become more innovative, so are methods of treating diabetes. Here are just five ways big data and AI are rerouting diabetic treatments. With nearly half a billion people living with diabetes

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Artificial intelligence, machine learning, big data, financial technology, and various connected devices are evolving the data-tech game on a day-to-day basis. Data enthusiasts are integrating into local communities on a world-wide scale to discuss and keep up with the fast pace of data-driven technologies. Here are four tips on how

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Great tech events often feature a stunt or two that attendees will be talking about long after the conference hall has closed its doors; on this front, CUBE Tech Fair 2018 certainly delivered. Attendees got to witness an audience member pilot a drone with his mind (thanks to Emotiv’s President

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We have liftoff! Data Natives 2017 is just a couple weeks away, and we have never had this many industry-altering speakers,  workshops and networking opportunities. Anyone working in Data Science would be wise to get tickets, especially if the fields of Mobility, Health and Government impact your work (which they do).  From

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On a sunny Friday morning, the IoT-EPI Challenge started bright and early at 9 AM (which is quite early, for Berlin standards) with an introductory talk for the participants and the media to get the rundown of the day. This wasn’t a typical idea-hackathon. Collaboration was key. The goal was

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Amal Graafstra is a double RFID implantee, author of the book RFID Toys, and TEDx speaker. His interest in biohacking, RFID, and NFC began in 2005 as a simple solution to a problem. He wanted easy access to his office. He explored biometric options only to find they were too

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With more startups per capita than anywhere else in the world, Israel has gained the reputation of being a true “startup nation.” Yet with so many innovative startups, the competition remains tight to be accepted into leading startup accelerator programs. This is why Data Natives Tel Aviv 2016 will be

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Tech Open Air (TOA) Berlin took place over three days (July 13-July 15). With more than 150 speakers and 11,221 attendees, the event shaped up to be one of Europe’s leading interdisciplinary technology festivals. Attendees participated in a two day conference and more than 175 satellite events took place where

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The “unreasonable effectiveness” of data for machine-learning applications has been widely debated over the years (see here, here and here). It has also been suggested that many major breakthroughs in the field of Artificial Intelligence have not been constrained by algorithmic advances but by the availability of high-quality datasets (see

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