This Week in Data
Tech giants are in the dock, politicians are calling for Mark Zuckerberg’s head, and many Facebook users are so incensed about the misuse of their data that they’re thinking about deleting their accounts – perhaps, some time in the future, for at least a day or two. Meanwhile, blockchain is
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Are you struggling to keep up with the increasing volume of support tickets clogging mailboxes and ticketing tools? Do you find yourself juggling with truckloads of manuals, flowcharts and other documentation at your organization? Don’t worry, you are not alone. Most organizations give utmost importance to streamlining their customer support
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Word clouds are an easy way to see which topics within any subject are most prominent. Generate a word cloud from the Reddit cryptocurrency forum or an array of blockchain whitepapers, and one will quickly see that a single term – “decentralized” – is the biggest and boldest. It’s no
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A 50-year-old man runs on the treadmill and receives an alert on his Apple Watch. The message tells him to get off immediately because his pulse is abnormally high, which puts him at risk of a heart attack. Such a scenario is not far off thanks to Pontem, a platform
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During his appearance before the United States Senate’s Commerce and Judiciary committees, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg did quite the job tiptoeing through a minefield of potentially threatening inquiries. Based on his answers, he either has no idea how the platform – which was founded controversially – works, or he blatantly
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Goldman Sachs predicts that a $100+ billion market opportunity for drones will exist until 2020 – and that’s not just for military usage. The aviation sector is clearly an attractive market capable of drawing in young entrepreneurial teams from across the world, such as the German startup AIRTEAM – an
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