This week we feature articles from Fabio Chiusano, and Jeff Jarvis.
Additional reading comes from Ivo Velitchkov & George Anadiotis, Siyuan Zhou, and Tanushree Shenwai.
News comes from Ontotext, Acquia, W3C, DataStax, and BigCommerce.
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Opinion / Analysis
Are summary statistics enough when analyzing data?
Not really. Fabio Chiusano provides a fun and useful reminder why. (3 min).
How harmful is it?
As the UK gets ready to regulate harmful (including legal but harmful) speech online, the appointed regulator, Ofcom, released its annual survey of users. It’s informative to see just how concerned UK citizens seem to be about the internet… Not terribly.
Jeff Jarvis takes a critical look. (6 min).
- Great resource… Personal knowledge graphs the book. via personalknowledgegraphs.com
- Improving CX with ML at Walmart… Automation of strategy generation for anomaly detection in e-commerce via Walmart Global Tech Blog
- Introducing AI2’s Unified-IO, a big claim. via The AI Blog
Content technology news
Ontotext releases GraphDB 10
Includes smarter cluster architecture for better resilience, reduced infrastructure costs, faster graph analytics and enhanced search integration.
Acquia adds data subject deletion requests to Acquia CDP
To help organizations using Acquia Customer Data Platform (CDP) to comply with data subject requests and privacy laws in general.
W3C to become a public-interest non-profit organization
By incorporating, W3C is replacing its original Hosted model while preserving and boosting its open web standards developing work.
DataStax’s Astra Streaming now supports for Kafka and RabbitMQ
A managed messaging and event streaming service built on Apache Pulsar, with built-in API support for Kafka, RabbitMQ and Java Message Service (JMS).
BigCommerce expands in Europe and South America
With the localized tech and agency partner ecosystem, BigCommerce will enable merchants to build and scale their online businesses.
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