TechBytes with Adi Kuruganti, GM, Community Cloud and SVP, Products B2B Commerce at Salesforce

Could you tell us about your journey in technology and how you started at Salesforce?
When I was in business school at the Kellogg School of Management, I discovered that I loved solving real-world problems and I wanted to apply my background in engineering to solving them.

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TechBytes with Philipp Pointner, Chief Product Officer at Jumio

Could you tell us about your role and the team/technology you handle at Jumio?
I serve as a Chief Product Officer at Jumio, the leading provider of online identity verification technology and biometric-based authentication services for financial services, travel, sharing economy, gaming and cryptocurrency sectors.

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Parks Associates’ 2nd Annual Future of Video Addresses New Content Strategies With Executives From Akamai

20% of OTT subscribers say they would have reconsidered cancelling if they could have put hold on subscription
Parks Associates research finds, among the US broadband households that cancelled an OTT service in the past year, 20% say they would have reconsidered if they’d had the ability to put the subscription on hold to use later.

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TechBytes with Mayank Mishra, Head of Engineering at Contentstack

Could you tell us about your role and the team/technology you handle at Contentstack?
I am the VP of Engineering at Contentstack and lead our Engineering organization in India, which includes Product Innovation and Development, Project Management, Cloud Operations, Service Reliability, Security, QA, and docs.

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Comment on Breakthrough: How to Avert Analytics’ Most Treacherous Pitfall by Brandon

A different form of statistical analysis could prove benefitial, but I think the main thing to keep in mind is that data mining algorithms just show you what trends there are in the data, rather than prove anything concretely.  If a trend is found in the data, that is the beginning rather than the end of the research.

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My New Home: Sugars. Trees. Caring.

Sugars. Trees. Caring. That’s the new name for San Francisco—a place I call home.
But it could also be: Peanut. Butter. Brownie. It just depends on which 9 square meter(sqm) of land I’m staying at!
Three little words. That’s the solution London-based startup What3Words came up with to standardize the long and complicated address formats from around the world.

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Nov. 2019 Bezos Bulletin: Amazon TV Advertising & Brand Awareness

Amazon Could Revolutionize Television Advertising
Amazon started out selling only books – and went on to sell pretty much anything under the sun that you may ever need. They then branched out into the world of smart speakers with the Amazon Echo. Then, they entered the world of streaming television with the Amazon Fire TV and Fire TV Stick.

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Learn AI and Data Science rapidly based only on high school math

 
What if you could learn AI and Data Science based on knowledge you already know?
You have an opportunity to accelerate your learning of AI in a unique way through this limited, early bird offer
Here is a simple observation:
The mathematical foundations of Data Science rest on four elements i.e. Linear Algebra, Probability Theory, Multivariate Calculus, and Optimization theory.

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