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The DN Unlimited Conference will take place online for the first time this year More than 100 speakers from the fields of AI, machine learning, data science, and technology for social impact, including from The New York Times, IBM, Bayer, and Alibaba Cloud Fully remote networking opportunities via a virtual

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What does the cloud industry has to offer for the year 2020? What are the trends we will see in cloud adoption and cloud-to-cloud migration? How will 5G impact cloud adoption? Read on.  The global economic outlook has been lukewarm heading into 2020, yet there is much reason for confidence

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How are various organizations handling the accelerating transition of data to the cloud? What are the obstacles in data cleaning for analytics and the time constraints companies face when preparing data for analytics, AI and Machine Learning (ML) initiatives? Here is a look at some insights from a recent report

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From wild speculation that flying cars will become the norm to robots that will be able to tend to our every need, there is lots of buzz about how AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning will change our lives. However, at present, it seems like a far-fetched future.  As we

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The era of everything-as-a-service (XaaS) has provided both an opportunity and a challenge for companies across industries. The XaaS model, a subscription-based solution that makes cloud-based applications available on demand unlike the traditional license-based platforms of the past, delivers several noteworthy advantages over its predecessors. Between cost reductions and easier

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How will micromobility change the way we travel from point “A” to “B”? How will micromobility co-exist with the traditional models of transportation? What is the importance of network effects in micro mobility? Kristin Dolgner, a marketing and communications professional at BCG Digital Ventures based in Berlin had an eventful

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Meet investors, Blockchain and crypto enthusiasts, a talent pool of developers and programmers  as they solve three Blockchain challenges over two days in Berlin. Here is why you should be a part of LongHash Cryptocon Vol2. Berlin has been recognised as the cryptocurrency capital of Europe for more than half

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How do we automate the Smart Machine Bidding procedure for the LPWAN devices in order to reduce the costs of an IoT network? Yes, this is one of the challenges for the second Blockchain Hackathon (part of LongHash Cryptocon Vol2) in Berlin on May 18-19 this year. More details here.

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Vehicle-to-Cloud – yes, it is a thing!  And it is making automotive insurance providers and telecoms thrive together to support telematics “Self-driving cars are the natural extension of active safety and obviously something we should do,” this is a popular quote by Elon Musk. But wait, even more popularly discussed

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Disasters are dangerous, but Big Data can help improve disaster relief and preparedness to cut back on lives lost and community damage. Historically, public policies have proved ineffective in providing adequate help for disaster-stricken citizens. A year after hurricane Harvey in 2017, for example, residents are still in the midst

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