By: Dennis Karpovitch Over the past few weeks, BizTech members have had the chance to attend a few different conferences that offered insights into innovation and emerging technologies. Here’s what they saw! DSP x BizTech: Technology in the New Age – Questrom School of Business The first annual Technology in the New Age conference attracted… Continue reading DSP x BizTech: Technology in the New Age – Questrom School of Business
By: Joshua Tan I am sure all of you have heard of data and how many companies nowadays, either startups or incumbents, have claimed that they are a data-driven or a data-informed company. Nevertheless, with today’s technologies, such as the IoT (Internet of Things) and Big Data, I believe that there is no reason why… Continue reading Data-Driven vs. Data-Informed
By: Michael Korovkin Data science isn’t a new concept -- for years, corporations have utilized data science teams, consisting of statisticians and computer scientists, to provide consistent solutions to constantly evolving problems such as market trends, customer profiling, and predictive business analytics. However, in the past few years, the demand for data scientists has been… Continue reading What is Data Science?
Did you know this about net neutrality... By: Akshay Pardiwala To provide some background, net neutrality was introduced just two years ago mandating that internet service providers (ISPs) must treat all data on the internet the same. Now the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), with a chairman appointed by President Trump, Ajit Pai, will vote to remove… Continue reading What is Net Neutrality?
Social Media may help us connect with people across borders, but the breaking down of borders is being misused and it needs to be fixed. By: Akshay Pardiwala In an ever growing world of the internet, it is hard to define borders. This could be a good thing, social media can help connect friends and… Continue reading The Social Media Election