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Startups Weekly: Zoom, Superhuman and small reactions to big scandals

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Hello and welcome back to Startups Weekly, a weekend newsletter that dives into the week’s noteworthy startups and venture capital news. Before I jump into today’s topic, let’s catch up a bit. Last week, I noted the big uptick in VC spending in 2019. Before that, I struggled to understand WeWork’s growth trajectory. Remember, you can send me tips, suggestions and feedback to kate.clark@techcrunch.com or on Twitter @KateClarkTweets.

Big Data is the Biggest Gift to Real Estate Brokers in the Past Century

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Big data is having a massive impact on the future of the real estate industry. Both real estate agents and clients need to prepare for the overwhelming changes that machine learning, predictive analytics and other big data technology will bring. How Will Big Data Change the Future of Real Estate Sales? Do you remember what it was like trying to buy a house before the days of online listings?

How Big Data Can Help Forex Traders And Brokers Build A Better Future

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It is no longer a secret that Big Data has left a major footprint on the financial market and has changed the way we interact with financial institutions. However, its influence goes much farther. Trading, which is an field that welcomes change and adopts disruptive innovations early, now also benefits from the ramifications of Big Data and is transforming to the benefit of both parties involved: traders and brokers.

Global Hospitals Embark On A Worldwide Medical Data Initiative

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Big data is changing the nature of healthcare. One of the biggest developments was the implementation of the Medical Information Mart for Intensive Care, which took data from 50,000 patients dating back to 2001. Big data will have an even more profound impact in the near future. More than 15,000 hospitals around the world collect real-time data on their patients. This data includes demographic profiles, clinical history, and drugs used.

Dataform scores $2M to build an ‘operating system’ for data warehouses

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Dataform, a U.K. company started by ex-Googlers that wants to make it easier for businesses to manage their data warehouses, has picked up $2 million in funding. Leading the round is LocalGlobe, with participation from a number of unnamed angel investors. The startup is also an alumni of Silicon Valley accelerator Y Combinator and graduated in late 2018. Founded by former Google employees Lewis Hemens and Guillaume-Henri Huon, Dataform has set out to help data-rich companies draw insights from the data stored in their data warehouses.

Visual Business Intelligence Workshop in the United States

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For the first time since I retired from teaching data visualization workshops in 2018, Nick Desbarats of Practical Reporting Inc. will be teaching my courses publicly in the United States. Nick has been busy teaching the Visual Business Intelligence Workshop publicly elsewhere and privately in several countries but will now offer it to the general public once again in the United States where it originated 15 years ago and has since reached thousands.

The Evolving Role Of Big Data In Accident Cost Containment

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Companies around the world are looking for ways to minimize the costs of accidents. Many regulators have found that the number of accidents in various industries is grossly unacceptable and have started imposing new penalties. The good news is that new advances in big data have made it easier for them to look for ways to prevent these horrific problems. Big Data Offers New Solutions to Accident Prevention Accident data provides insight and valuable information that can be used to help improve safety in the future.

MDM & Data Governance Summit returns to Chicago July 10-12

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The event will offer dozens of sessions around the topics of master data management, data governance, analytics, data privacy and security.

Software development analytics platform Sourced launches an enterprise edition

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Sourced, or source{d}, as the company styles its name, provides developers and IT departments with deeper analytics into their software development lifecycle. It analyzes codebases, offers data about which APIs are being used and provides general information about developer productivity and other metrics. Today, Sourced is officially launching its Enterprise Edition, which gives IT departments and executives a number of advanced tools for managing their software portfolios and the processes they use to create them.

The Double-Edged Sword Of Big Data In The Criminal Justice System

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Big data is rewriting the playbook for the criminal justice system. Oxford Research Encyclopedias has talked about some of the ways that criminal justice professionals are utilizing big data. Two significant applications really stand out the most: Big data is used extensively in criminal justice research. The majority of modern studies on criminal justice topics rely heavily on data analysis. Frontline criminal justice professionals frequently use big data to assess crime trends and develop better law-enforcement strategies.
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