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Algorithms with Societal Impact and Data Analytics for Human Health @RoyalSociety

The morning’s session began with Professor Karen Yeung from King’s College chairing. She is co-author of Law, Regulation and Technology: the Field, Frame and Focal Questions. Isn’t that interesting for us in the Law Special Interest Group at the British … Continue reading

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#DataAnalytics – where #science and #commerce meet: Big Business #DataProfiles as ‘3dM Diagrams’?

Nice venue, this ‘incubator space’ called Runway East. I had not expected it to be as ‘grand’. The first person I spoke with was Gabriel Hughes whose company is called Metageni – Creating Data Stories. I clearly was in my element! … Continue reading

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MAKING Compelling Value Propositions by Knowing Your Customer(s)

This seminar was part of IBM’s Global Entrepreneurs Program: Caroline Egan from McDonald Butler Associates explained in ‘marketing language’ what compelling value propositions look, sound and feel like: know your customer – their pain points know your customer – their … Continue reading

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INFOGRAPHICS or DATA VISUALIZATION – is that the Question?

Google has the answer, as always! This time it’s its Trend feature. It tells us how, measured by the number of search terms used, interest in data visualisation has grown in the UK only relatively recently: Worldwide Just the UK

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