Tech

7 Trends in Analytics to Look out For in 2022

The pandemic caused changes in a lot of industries, but its impact has been particularly felt in the analytics industry.  Companies were forced to go fully digital, meaning simply having an online presence is now not enough to remain competitive. Enter analytics… Being able to make decisions based on facts and insight is more important

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The New York Times Digitizes Millions of Historical Photos Using Google Cloud Technology

The New York Times today announced that it is leveraging the power of Google Cloud technology to digitize an extensive collection of photographs dating back to as early as the late 19th century. The process will uncover some never-before-seen-documents, equip Times journalists with an easily accessible historical reference source, and preserve The Times’s history, one

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Does Synthetic Data Hold The Secret To Artificial Intelligence?

Could synthetic data be the solution to rapidly train artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms? There are advantages and disadvantages to synthetic data; however, many technology experts believe that synthetic data is the key to democratizing machine learning and to accelerate testing and adoption of artificial intelligence algorithms into our daily lives.   What is synthetic data? When a

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How Digital Marketing Can Take Your Startup To A Higher Level

Running a startup and surviving the cut-throat competition is an achievement. There are myriad of things that need attention like finances, managing the product, building relationships with clients, and more. Everything requires exhaustive research and an eye for detail. Luckily, digital marketing can help with some of these challenges. If you follow suitable strategies and techniques,

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Data Science Jobs: Sexiest job in the 21st century

Data science jobs war is driving up salaries for people who can turn social media clicks into code. Murray Webb had been a lackluster student more interested in sports than schoolwork while attending a small Virginia college. Then he transferred to Kennesaw State University in suburban Atlanta to pursue a master’s degree in applied statistics

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New £2m tech incubator will create 2,000 jobs in Manchester

Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) has officially launched a new £2m tech incubator which will help create up to 2,000 jobs in data science and technology innovation companies over the next decade. Reflecting the ambitions of the updated Greater Manchester strategy to build on the city region’s strengths in technology and digital innovation, the incubator will provide

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