This Week in Data
At some point, almost every company faces questions like How good are the customers that we acquire? How do they differ from each other? How much can we spend to encourage their first or next transaction? As a measure that determines the amount of profit a customer brings over the
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If you think for a moment about the world of computers and gaming, your mind might initially drift to the perceived glitz and glamor of the latest releases that showcase 4K graphics, or perhaps even the might of the PS VR, which hints at console gaming being ready to move into
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To state the value of technology at this point would be a needless redundancy, but for as great a resource as the world of cyber information is, it also leaves crucial infrastructure vulnerable in a way that it has never been before. Without question this (relatively speaking) new threat is
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Graph databases are now common within a range of industries such as life sciences, healthcare, financial services, government and intelligence. Graphs are particularly valuable in these sectors because of the complex nature of the data and need for powerful, yet flexible data analytics. In addition, graph databases allow visibility across
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Countless words have been written in recent years about the rise of the ‘gig economy’. As the natural evolution of the freelance model, the gig economy is based on short-term and temporary jobs handled by contractors and other independent workers. Instead of hiring full-time staff, freelancers offer a concise way
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Ada’s AI-powered health companion helps individuals understand and manage their health. In practice, Ada works much like a GP in your pocket, asking relevant, personalized questions, enabling people to self-assess their symptoms and identify possible causes and appropriate next steps. Ada xais supported by a sophisticated AI engine and curated medical knowledge
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