Posts Tagged


Data Natives 2022
Data NativesEventsFeatured

Data Natives is back! Europe’s biggest data science and AI event will take place in Berlin, for real and in person, because online conferences are so 2020. Mark your diaries – we’ll be bringing you the best speakers, networking events, hackathons, open forums, and more between March 10 to 24, 2022.

Read More
What Are The Sportstech Opportunities In Europe?
BI & AnalyticsFeaturedMarketing & SalesStartupsStartupsTech TrendsTechnology & IT

Here is what a recent report says about opportunities for startups in Sports Technology in Europe. With 1500 startups and 900 new investment deals, it is safe to say that the field is vast and possibilities in the sector are booming. What is a SportsTech startup? How are these startups

Read More
“With Prol​iferatio​n Of Digitized Technologies, The Public Is Becoming Aware Of Data-Collecting Sensors &Amp; It’s Concerns” 
BI & AnalyticsBlockchainData NativesMachine LearningStartupsTech TrendsTechnology & IT

How to implement an anonymous data collection scheme that allows the manufacturer to anonymously collect data from its end devices without knowing exactly which device it came from? Yes, this is one of the challenges for the second Blockchain Hackathon (part of LongHash Cryptocon Vol2) in Berlin on May 18-19

Read More
Machine Learning To Mineral Tracking: The 4 Best Data Startups From Cube Tech Fair 2018
BlockchainData ScienceFeaturedHealthcareMachine LearningStartupsStartupsTech TrendsTechnology & IT

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

Read More
Berlin Vs San Francisco: Why Berlin’s Silicon Allee Is Europe’s New Silicon Valley

With “Brexit” looming over Britain, a promising new startup hub is emerging in Europe: Berlin’s Silicon Allee. As a comparison between London and Berlin demonstrates, chances are the latter may claim the position as EU’s most important startup ecosystem. But it takes a lot more to stand a chance against

Read More
5 Reasons To Attend Data Natives 2016: #4. The Workshops
Data NativesEventsNews

Last chance to buy tickets! Go to and register, and get instant access to speaker and schedule information on Data Natives Berlin 2016. Data Natives is just around the corner now, and so is the end of this series of Reasons Why You Should Attend Data Natives. If you are just joining,

Read More
5 Reasons To Attend Data Natives 2016: #3. Recruiting
Data NativesData ScienceEvents

Ticket prices go up this Friday, October 14! Go to and register for a ticket, or get instant access to speaker and schedule information on Data Natives Berlin 2016. Welcome back to the 5 Reasons to Attend Data Natives Series. We started with Building a Strong Professional Network, went on to mention

Read More
5 Reasons To Attend Data Natives 2016: #2. The Schedule
Data NativesData ScienceNews

This is the second instalment of a series about the second edition of Data Natives. I guess that ‘Doubles’ is the theme of this post. This time, we’ll talk about the conference schedule. By the way, the conference is approaching soon, so don’t sleep on the last chances to attend

Read More
Tech Open Air - Bringing Everyone Together

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

Read More
Is Berlin The Future Of Fintech?

Berlin seems to be the perfect climate for entrepreneurs. From the newly launched FinTech startup solarisBank to increasingly popular Number26, startup culture in the German capitol is a powerful force. Despite London leading the pack in FinTech, Berlin is emerging as a real competitor, whose FinTech sector continues to grow

Read More