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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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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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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

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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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Here is what “The State of European Tech 2018”, a data-driven analytical report by Atomico reveals about the factors that are accelerating the growth of tech in the European economy The comparison of Europe’s tech scene with Silicon Valley in the U.S and Asia (particularly China) has been a topic

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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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