Category Archives: Innovation

#Digital #Supercharging the Economy? @techUK @Google @wisembly @nokia @tfl

Supercharging the Digital Economy was the latest crème de la crème event organised by techUK. After celebrating the first anniversary of SmarterUK at the Digital Catapult, techUK proved their talent of picking the right venue for the right event! In terms of … Continue reading

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Say it on Video: a Game Changer for Forecasting, Diagrams and Image Analysis by Unifying #DataAnalytics

Three generic software methods are the outcome of my ‘software-aided thinking’: ‘3dM Forecasts‘ – with short-, medium- and long-term trends – which I expressed in this video on Time is Money – Money is Time Series; the prezi underlying the … Continue reading

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CRYPTO like BITCOIN: FinTech meeting on disrupting banking with Virtual Currencies

Eddie George always makes excellent use of everything tech, starting with Meetup, uploading videos, photos and sending reminders by email. Banking Disrupters – Virtual Currencies was no exception. Meetup tells us that 41 people went (and performed for the camera). I just … Continue reading

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ZOOMING into Numerical MetaData as the Key to New Visual and Metric Explorations

Prezis are the next generation ‘power point’, i.e. a way to zoom in visually rather than make points linearly with visual effects. Whether on video or with PowerPoint, with Word or with http://www.prezi.com – numerical metadata remains the key to … Continue reading

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ENCOURAGING a British Invention Revolution via Universities!?…

Recently I came across Sir Andrew Witty’s report that wants to ‘encourage a British Invention Revolution’. Since then, I have been looking for energy production and consumption data and came across the Annual Business Survey by the Office of National Statistics. It shows … Continue reading

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