This Week in Data
The financial technology field is rapidly expanding, but remains in flux and continues to be unpredictable. Fintech’s use of AI, algorithms, and modern technologies can transform traditional banking, but still faces some resistance. Some fintech companies are finding billion-dollar markets in the gaps left by outmoded banking services. Nevertheless, there are still
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It’s that time of year again. Data Natives is ramped up and ready to go for its most impressive lineup of speakers to date. Whether focused on the fastest growing developments in fields such as FinTech and AI or examining the many minute ways that data sets can affect individuals,
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Semantic Graph Databases are now common in many industries, including life sciences, healthcare, the financial industry and in government and intelligence agencies. Graphs are particularly valuable in these sectors because of the complex nature of the data and need for powerful, yet flexible data analytics. Attributes, user attributes and
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Our ever-increasing dependence on the Internet to do business, entertain ourselves, communicate with others and shop for supplies has increased our amount of data exponentially. The vast amount of data needed to complete all of our activities requires a growing number of centers to safely store this information. Today, there
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Financial markets offer countless ways of making (or losing) money. A key distinction among them is the investment horizon, which can range from fractions of a second to years. Previously, I sat down to talk about investing and data with co-founders of new investment management firms representing the high-frequency and
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On October 12th, Cloudera will be in Munich composing a series of straightforward approaches and concise strategies for companies preparing for one of Europe’s biggest regulatory reshufflings of data ever. Register now to find out what tactics, methods and tools are best suited for you. May 25th, 2018 is
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