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The Rise of Open-Source Databases: What You Need to Know

Click to learn more about author Kevin Kline. Tech pros must balance productivity with cost and complexity every day, and those who work with database platforms are further challenged as open-source databases become more commonplace.  Additional complications range from the transition to remote work to the rising demand for data processing, compliance with GDPR, and […]

Data Science Use Cases

A business use-case is generally defined as a sequence of business actions that lead to a predetermined, value-added outcome. Data Flair shares the Top 6 Data Science Use Cases slated to bring in another industrial revolution. From banking to transportation in the physical business world, and from social media to e-commerce on the digital business space […]

The Last Barrier to Consumer AI Adoption

Click to learn more about Rachel Roumeliotis. It’s not uncommon for people to fear what they don’t understand, and this sentiment holds true for consumer attitudes towards artificial intelligence (AI). Whether rooted in fantasy (robots taking over the world) or reality (Google Home listening in on our conversations) there’s a lot of work to be done selling […]

How to Diagnose Your Organization’s Data Assets

Click to learn more about author Declan Owens. Before relying on analytics for all or part of your strategic decision-making, it’s critical to implement suitable processes to ensure that data flows smoothly through all business departments while preserving its quality, accessibility, usability, and security using these tips. For data assets to be fully profitable for […]

What Is Cognitive Computing?

Cognitive computing, a subfield of artificial intelligence, simulates human thought processes in machines using self-learning algorithms through data mining, pattern recognition, and natural language processing. These artificial environments rely on deep learning algorithms and neural networks to process information by comparing it to a teaching set of data. By mimicking human thought processes, computers help people […]

Putting Data in Context with Knowledge Graphs

Click to learn more about author Matt Tanner. Knowledge graphs aren’t new, but they’re the latest and greatest trend as people and companies realize just how versatile they are. Whether your e-commerce business needs to offer your customers better product recommendations and targeted coupons or your payment processor needs to provide fraud detection on a massive, […]

Kubernetes Fundamentals: Facilitating Cloud Deployment and Container Simplicity

Kubernetes (sometimes abbreviated to “kube”) is open-sourced, was originally developed by Google, and organizes containers into logical units for transport and use in the cloud. Containers support the construction of self-contained environments capable of transporting data, and the software supporting it. Containers are, ultimately, a way to package software and other application components. It is […]

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