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  • JoJorisar says:
    Jul 30,  · Kaiser’s latest evidence may not contain a smoking bomb big enough to blast the issue of data-driven and tech giant-enabled voter manipulation into a mainstream consciousness, where it might have the chance to reset the political conscience of a nation — but it puts more flesh on the bones of how the self-styled ‘bad boys of Brexit.
  • Zolok says:
    Big Data and the Search for Balanced Insight in the Digital Humanities: Macroscopic and Microscopic Reading of Citation Strategies in the Encyclopédie of Diderot (and Jaucourt), , Scott R. St. Louis. Evaluation of the Antibacterial Properties of Cinnamon Bark Oil and Oregano Oil, Jared Sweet.
  • Dajind says:
    Katherine Heller. Katherine Heller is an independent consultant specializing in gender and natural resource industries. She has worked with the World Bank for over 14 years, including as the Social Development Specialist for the World Bank’s oil, gas, and mining policy division, and currently as the senior gender specialist consultant to the IFC’s Infrastructure and Natural Resources team/5.
  • Arakree says:
    NEWS FROM THE FIELD FOR December 27, To Children (But Not Adults) a Rose by Any Other Name Is Still a Rose; December 27, Frogs Use Calls to Find Mates With Matching Chromosomes, University of Missouri Researchers Find; December 23, University of Nevada, Reno, Using New Technology to Record Antarctic Ocean, Ice Temperatures.
  • Meztik says:
    Swedish Club taps into big data for loss prevention Gothenburg-based mutual is trialling new claims and loss-prevention technology as it looks to the future Business focus: Greek shipping looks to the future Cultural changes, greater LNG investment and finding the mariners of the future are all helping the country's sector to prosper.
  • Kigajas says:
    Turkey River valley, boasts Saint Wenceslas, the oldest Czech Catholic church in the United States; the sensibility that he embraced wholeheartedly—one in which he found himself after his big-city adventure. The string quintet, like the quartet written before it, is pastoral music, inspired by the vastness and plainness of the Iowa.
  • Shakam says:
    This tsunami of data is helping us make big strides in early intervention, personalized treatment, and medical research. But at what cost? How can we keep our sensitive medical data out of the wrong hands? And what will the future of health care look like as we increasingly rely on big data to diagnose, treat, and predict future medical issues?
  • Gumi says:
    efforts, Big Data analytics enable new avenues of investigat ion with potentially richer results and deeper insights than previously available. In many cases, Big Data analyt ics integrate structured and unstructured data with real-time feeds and queries, opening new paths to innovation and insight.

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