Win a ticket to Data Natives 2017 and some swag thrown into the mix. By filling in this short survey, you'll help to shape the educational offering you'll get to see on Dataconomy over the next few months- and get a chance to win a FREE TICKET to Data Natives 2017!
Amal Graafstra is a double RFID implantee, author of the book RFID Toys, and TEDx speaker. His interest in biohacking, RFID, and NFC began in 2005 as a simple solution to a problem. He wanted easy access to his office. He explored biometric options only to find they were too
As 2017 quickly approaches, businesses are focused more than ever before on gleaning insights from first-party, third-party and most recently, second-party data. Yes, that’s right – second-party data. Now, some of you might be wondering, What exactly is second-party data? Unlike first and third-party data, second-party data is shared between
Smartphones have made it possible for businesses to monitor you at all times. Take a company like Google for example. You may look up the name of a restaurant over Google Search, turn on your navigation to the destination using Google Maps and perhaps also check for weather and traffic
Xavier Dammanis is an entrepreneur working on a new form of association that enables the Internet generation to fund communities in full transparency: Open Collective. He founded Tribal in 1999, a site that gathered student content from around Belgium that was published in a 30,000-circulation magazine distributed nationwide to high schools.
Tobias Johannson is technical lead developer for Valo.io in London. Tobias has nearly 15 year’s experience developing in .NET and Scala. He has a background in the financial sector as a front-office developer but changed track in 2013 to be part of a team building Valo, a new real-time analytics
Interest in fintech disruption is at an all-time high, but who will be the winners and who the losers is far from clear. Banks themselves have been sending mixed messages. As a particularly high profile example, JP Morgan Chase CEO Jamie Dimon famously raised the alarm when he said in
Join us for an evening of exciting talks from Data Science Industry leaders and experts, followed by enough time for few beers, pizza and networking. We look forward to seeing you there! Event Schedule 7:00 – 7:15 PM: Introduction Talk by Dataconomy Media 7:15 – 7:35 PM: Stephan Ewen, Apache
Join us for an evening of exciting talks from Data Science Industry leaders and experts, followed by some time for a few beers, pizza and networking. We look forward to seeing you there! If you would like to get in touch with us for getting involved, please write us an