Transactional Data: The Future of Real-Time Data In-Store

Consumer data is being widely spoken about in the fintech industry, especially as data personalization and transparency are significant to financial data ecosystems. As a fintech founder, I have been particularly fascinated by consumer retail trends appearing from transactional data that could rapidly improve user experience and targeted marketing in-store. The best value proposition is to combine […]

Exploring the Need for Modern Databases

We have reached an exciting milestone in how we harness digital technologies. The shifts forced by the pandemic have altered our behaviors and expectations around the digital services we use. As many have said, the past 20 months accelerated years of planned digitization. But it’s only starting to become evident how successful that transformation has […]

The Hybrid Approach to Responsible AI

Click to learn more about author Luca Scagliarini. Artificial intelligence (AI) is on an upward growth trend and there is no sign it will level off any time soon. Recent research by Fortune Business Insights suggests the market will jump nearly tenfold from $27.23 billion in 2019 to $266.92 billion by 2027. This represents a staggering […]

The Little Red Data Hen – A Cautionary Tale

Click to learn more about author Scott Taylor. The Data Rants video blog series begins with host Scott Taylor “The Data Whisperer.” The series covers some of the most prominent questions in Data Management, such as master data, the difference between master data and MDM, “truth” versus “meaning” in data, Data Quality, and so much more. […]

AI Is Booming with Image Recognition, but Audio Recognition Lags Behind

Click to learn more about author Rachel Roumeliotis. Artificial Intelligence (AI) has made considerable inroads in the enterprise. Image recognition technology, in particular, has been gaining steam, helping users achieve tasks from assisting in screening and diagnosis of disease through medical imaging, to enabling self-driving cars to accurately interpret their surroundings. However, there is still […]

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