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Data Capture Firm Uses AI to Dissect Georgia Runoff Spending

With majority control of the Senate at stake, it’s no surprise that the recent Georgia runoff elections were the most expensive political race in American history. Wherever campaign dollars flow freely, as they did in Georgia, accountability questions proliferate. Where did that money come from, where did it go, and what influence (if any) did […]

6 Skills You Need to Become a Data Analyst

Data analyst is the process in which the judgment, refining, changing, and modeling data takes place with the aim of making a better conclusion. Data analysis takes part in an important role, it helps in generating scientific conclusions and also increases the regulations in an organization. Here are six skills you need to become a […]

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Why Real-Time Data Analysis is Crucial for Healthcare

Scientists believe Artificial Intelligence can free humanity from performing routine tasks in many areas. Healthcare is that area that seems to need these changes the most. While outside it is already 2020, and the majority of businesses are digitalizing themselves. And moving from on-premises infrastructure to clouds. The healthcare industry remains a pain point for […]

Leveraging Big Data that Data Websites Should Track

Creating a product that solves customers’ problems is not just a matter of intuition, expertise, or brainstorming. Often, marketers get so overly confident in their knowledge of the market. A marketer may believe that there’s always the option to look at the state of things. Instead of imagining what the options might be, sales and […]

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Amazon reportedly acquires startup to make Alexa smarter

Amazon has reportedly acquired data analysis and search engine startup Graphiq for around $50 million, according to LA Times, citing four sources familiar with the deal. Launched in 2009 as FindTheBest, the startup offered online spreadsheets comparing vacations, technology, real estate, and more. It would pull data, like prices and ratings, from public sources, allowing […]

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Smart city startups plumb the waterworks for IoT data

Data-related opportunities await Internet of Things (IoT) entrepreneurs in smart city water programs as top-down utilities allow smaller players to play. Ecopreneurist recounted some of the more interesting ideas to emerge from a recent MIT conference on smart city water issues. Smart water management is seen as a blooming opportunity for eco-startups, with the market expected […]

EXOS and Intel bring sense to wearables data

Wearable devices and fitness programs share one thing in common: The problem of stamina. It’s well established that while fitness programs and the wearing of fitness wearables are enthusiastically embraced, both receive a drop-off after three months or less.  This is compounded by the fact that, so far, there’s been a proliferation of human performance data […]