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The Scary Part Of Big Data And Data Science

These scientists have become one of the most prominent problem solvers in this digital error. Combining advanced statistics, math and computer science, they are experts in such management, mining, and visualization. It is safe to say that they are conversant with statistics analysis, statistics or modeling, and engineering. Without it, big data could still be… Keep Reading

Politics

Is Your Business Brexit Ready?

As Brexit is now delayed until Halloween 2019, many businesses are becoming increasingly frustrated with the uncertainty surrounding it. While it’s certainly not ideal, why not turn the delay into an advantage? You can take the additional time to ensure your business is Brexit ready, regardless of how it plays out. Below, we’ll look at… Keep Reading

Politics

Rhetoric Remain a Potent Political Weapon?

Anti-immigrant rhetoric paved the way for the victory of Trump as President of the United States. From the moment he went out to announce his candidacy for the presidency, he enveloped all cable news channels because of his hatred against Mexicans. The same thing happened earlier in the UK when Brexit won despite polls suggesting… Keep Reading

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Donald Trump And Theresa May Meeting

It seems that Trump is somehow managing to address any internal and foreign issue not only of the US but also pretty much of the entire world. In the last few days, he talked about Brexit, Boris Johnson as PM, London Mayor Sadiq Khan, EU, trade war and so many other things. As we all… Keep Reading

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No Pomp and Ceremony for Trump’s Visit to London

The carriage procession up the Mall and the official banquet at the Buckingham Palace are two staples of highest-ranking foreign dignitaries visits to the UK, an honor awarded to many of the previous American presidents. However, Mr. Trump will be exempt from this, during his “working visit” to London in July. The long-awaited visit will… Keep Reading

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