Will blockchain become the Apple of data management technology?

Australian banking giant ANZ ruffled a lot of feathers recently with the release of a short, tidy little flowchart. Designed to help enterprise establishments determine if blockchain is the best solution...
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Why facial recognition systems should be regulated

Chris Middleton reports on a complex debate as the US considers putting legal restrictions on facial recognition systems. Moves are afoot in the US to regulate facial recognition technology. This month, two...
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Should we fear AI, or embrace its benefits?

Fifty-two technologists, academics, and business leaders have been quoted by business intelligence group CB Insights as saying that AI could spiral out of control and threaten human society. Some have hit the...
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The Best Part of a Sandwich

There are some things in the world that can never be fully understood--the laws of gravity, the concept of time, etc… But none of these things can top the utter mystery...

Predictive Maintenance May Solve London’s Underground Issues

The System The UK’s London Underground transportation system is managed by Transport for London (TfL) and has been around since 1863, facilitates 1.4 billion trips annually, and is now integrating data science...
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HOW TO BECOME IMMORTAL

Humans have always tried to immortalize themselves. Some have taken the assiduous path while others have done infamous deeds and ‘the evil lives on after them.’ Now ‘The Voices of Humanity’...
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SELF-DRIVING CARS: WHY ROBOT, WHY?

The Orwellian science fiction movie ‘I, Robot’ is set in the year 2035 where humanoid robots serve humanity and are programmed to serve under the ‘Three laws of Robotics.’ The protagonist,...
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GDPR – The Tsunami is Coming

The National Weather Service in the US has a Tsunami readiness program. If a huge wave passes through one of the monitored locations throughout the Pacific Ocean, an alert is triggered,...

Marketing and Data Management

We’ve all been at the counter of a store or at a favorite restaurant when the clerk or waiter asks us for our email address. For the most part, this is...
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Trevor Schulze: Big Data Revolution at Micron Saved $80 Million

In 2015, Idaho-based Semiconductor giant Micron hired Trevor Schulze as its first ever Chief Information Officer. Prior to acquiring the role at Micron, Schulze had worked in top level positions for...

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Oculus – The Rise and Fall of the VR Empire

Ok, maybe the title is a little overdone, but if you’re in touch with tech news at all, you know that one of the...

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