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This rubric covers the skills, opportunities and strategies to survive as a modern data scientist, knowledge engineer or digital professional, and how to avoid its pitfalls. This includes data optimization, finding business opportunities, advancing education, improving job hunting skills, and navigating the impacts of automation on individuals.

The Road to Democratizing AI with Kwaai

The road to democratized AI with Kwaai

  • Dan Wilson 

“Our goal is to redefine the interaction between technology and personal data. We envision an AI that is not just a tool used by the masses but an extension of the individual, respecting their privacy and enhancing their autonomy.” -Reza Rassool

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HR Technology Trends for 2023 and Beyond

  • Aileen Scott 

There have been lots of buzz in companies around HR technology trends and the future of human resources. Covid has propelled digital transformation four years into the future, and the entire relationship between employer and employee has changed. Through this technology drives communication and collaboration. It allows us to share ideas and access extensive information effortlessly at once. 

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Social Media Sentiment Analysis Using Twitter Datasets

Several hundreds of thousands of raw data files are uploaded by users every day to social media sites. Online user data provides access to an enormous amount of information regarding products, services, places, and events, which makes it suitable for sentiment analysis. Valuable information can be extracted by analyzing the sentiment of the data.

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The Similarities of Solving Data Problems and Rubik’s Cubes

In 1974, two distinct but interestingly similar milestones were achieved that would greatly affect the lives of data engineers: the Rubik’s Cube was invented, and IBM released the first relational database. Since its original rise in the 1980s, the Rubik’s Cube has become the world’s most popular puzzle toy.


DSC Weekly 27 Sept 2022 – Corpus Wars

  • Kurt Cagle 

n many respects, we are facing not the need for a new form of money but rather a new form of economics – a discipline about the world where scarcity still holds in physical materials but where overabundance is the rule in virtual ones. To me, this is one of the key tenets that need to be hammered out in the metaverse: How do the actual creators of the virtual worlds, and not just the hosts, get paid for their work?

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