10 Fascinating Examples of Big Data In Healthcare

Big Data has a lot of great uses in the work of consumer marketing. Experts recognize that its benefits go well beyond the needs of individual consumers. In fact, Big Data has many uses in helping patient lives in the world of healthcare. The market for big data in healthcare is growing 22% a year.
From predicting risk factors to helping cure disease, Big Data in healthcare is multi-faceted.

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AdCellerant is Honored in Built In Colorado’s Prestigious Best Places to Work List in 2020

AdCellerant announced it was included on Built In Colorado’s list of Best Places to Work in 2020. Companies are selected based on data submitted by companies and their employees.
“We’re thrilled to receive this recognition because we truly believe that one of the most important things we do is hire well.

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Adjust Extends Ad Revenue Reporting To MAX By AppLovin

MAX by AppLovin becomes latest partner to work with Adjust to provide Ad Revenue reporting, changing the way gaming apps will monetize in 2020 and beyond 
Adjust, the industry leader in mobile measurement, fraud prevention and cybersecurity, announced an extension of its Ad Revenue reporting to MAX, the monetization solution from mobile marketing platform AppLovin.

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Khoros Honored in Built In Austin’s Prestigious Best Places to Work List in 2020

Leading Customer Engagement Platform Recognized as One of the Best Places to Work, Best Paying Companies, and Companies With the Best Benefits
Khoros, the global leader in customer engagement software, announced it was included in Built In Austin’s list of Best Places to Work in 2020 with recognition in the following categories:
“We are so proud to be recognized by Built In as one of the Best

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Employee Experience Software – Top Key Industry Players

Employee experience software enables enterprises to gather continuous data on their work culture and environment through staff surveys that provide feedback on the organization. This solution differs from performance management tools that firms use to track company, division, group, and individual goals.

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TechBytes with Abhishek Thakur, Chief Data Scientist at boost.ai

Tell us about your role and the team/technology you handle at boost.ai.
I work as Chief Data Scientist at boost.ai, a Norwegian software company specializing in conversational Artificial Intelligence (AI). My role involves developing state-of-the-art algorithms for Natural Language Processing and Natural Language Understanding, as well as managing the Machine Learning team.

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Our Favorite Remote Workspaces and Why They’re Effective

“The future of work is being able to work in your pajamas,” HubSpot’s CTO, Dharmesh Shah, said in his 2019 INBOUND keynote.
Shah noted how flexibility is the goal and remote work is a function. And, although productivity is one of the main concerns employers have when introducing remote work, it has actually been reported to increase employees’ productivity.

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How HubSpot Service, Support, and Sales Reps Stay Productive on a Noisy Floor

As a customer-facing representative — whether you work in sales, service, or support — you’re probably used to working in a busy, noisy office space. Maybe you work on a loud sales floor surrounded by reps chatting on the phone with leads. Perhaps you work in an office space with customer service and support reps working to assist customers over the phone or video chat throughout the day.

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Best Christmas and New Year Mobile Apps of 2019

Holidays are here, and whether you are at home, at work or shopping at your favorite retail outlet, there are countless ways you can prepare for Christmas and the New Year. US retailers and online e-commerce companies offer exciting discounts to smartphone users who download and make payments through mobile apps, e-wallets, and social media links.

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Why you should add statistical learning to your machine learning tool kit

Data scientists naturally use a lot of machine learning algorithms, which work well for detecting patterns, automating simple tasks, generalizing responses and other data heavy tasks.
As a subfield of computer science, machine learning evolved from the study of pattern recognition and computational learning theory in artificial intelligence.

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Comcast Partners With NuEyes to Enable Customers With Visual Disabilities to See TV With Smartglasses

Companies Work Together to Integrate Comcast’s Xfinity Stream into NuEyes Smart Assistive Technology
Comcast announced a partnership with wearable technology startup NuEyes to bring the Xfinity Stream entertainment viewing experience to visually impaired customers through NuEyes virtual reality technology.

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Shaping the Future of Work One Brick at Time

Everyone has assumptions about what the future of work looks like, but it’s always something “out there” that will come later. Today, you are focused on efficiency and productivity and trying to squeeze out something a little better.
But most business owners underestimate how soon the future will hit and how to be ready for it.

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CEO Series: Interview with Matt Warta, CEO of Gutcheck

I’ve known Matt Warta, CEO of Gutcheck for over ten years now, and was privileged to work with him as an advisor for a few months as the company was beginning their evolution from the “SurveyMonkey of Qualitative”. That was the hallmark of their launch to the tech-driven insights consultancy that they are today.

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Three Strategies for Marketers to Embrace AI Now to Thrive in the Future

In the ongoing discussion about how much Artificial Intelligence (AI) will impact the future of work, the outlook seems bleak. McKinsey & Company estimates that between 400 million and 800 million individuals could be displaced by automation and need to find new jobs by 2030 around the world.

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Video Tool Loom Raises $30 Million; Instagram Co-founders Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger Among Investors

This week, Work Communications and Video platform Loom, announced that it has raised $30 Million funding. Andrew Reed of Sequoia led the funding, Co-partnered by Kleiner Perkins and Dylan Field of Figma. The fascinating new funding round also saw the entry of Instagram’s co-founders, Kevin Systrom and Mike Krieger, and Front’s CEO and Co-founder, Mathilde Collin as investors.

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TechBytes with Jim Scott, Director, Enterprise Architecture at MapR

How did you start in this space? What galvanized you to start at MapR?
I use to work in Digital Ad Tech. While in that industry we had requirements for very low latency and high-volume throughput. We needed a new, better scaling database and ended up selecting MapR. We were able to scale up to 60 billion ad requests per day on MapR.

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SQL Joins Tutorial: Working with Databases

When first learning SQL, it’s common to work with data in a single table. In the real world, databases generally have data in more than one table. If we want to be able to work with that data, we’ll have to combine multiple tables within a query. In this SQL joins tutorial, we’ll learn how […]
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arctan( k tan(x) )

I recently had to work with the function
f(x; k) = arctan( k tan(x) )
The semicolon between x and k is meant to imply that we’re thinking of x as the argument and k as a parameter.
This function is an example of the coming full circle theme I’ve written about several times. Here’s how a novice, a journeyman, and an expert might approach studying our function.

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