What does a Machine Learning Engineer actually do?

What do you do? As a Machine Learning Engineer at oddity, I deal with data analytics. Mainly, I’m exploring the question of how to gain knowledge from large, unstructured data sets. I can use the knowledge gained for the development of intelligent algorithms to make future predictions. Machine learning is one of the future topics […]

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The Best Apps of the Week, Part 31

Kick off Tip the kick: Kickoff is the right app (Photo: App Store) The kickoff for today’s edition starts today with the app kickoff. The soccer-less time has an end again. In Germany, the 2nd Bundesliga, the 3rd league and lower classes have already started again, the Bundesliga begins on 16 August with the duel […]

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The Best Apps of the Week – Part 30

flighty Ideal for business travelers: Flighty, the mobile flight attendant on iOS (Photo: App Store / Screenshot: Gronau) Anniversary Edition: 30x the best apps of the week at LEAD. But we do not spend much time celebrating. We’ll head straight into the new issue. And to all frequent flyers – please take a moment to […]

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Artificial intelligence in customer communication

Artificial intelligence will undoubtedly fundamentally change the way companies address and interact with their customers. The increasing acceptance of digital language assistants such as Alexa and Co. in private households is groundbreaking here. A BITKOM study on the future of consumer technology showed that, in addition to 13 percent, who already have a language assistant […]

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Podcast: Tell us stories!

As always, the latest “Podcast Trend Report” from the US reported pleasing numbers and facts about the industry: Not only is the number of podcast listeners increasing, so too is the number of formats being listened to. And the marketing revenues there also grew by 400 percent over the previous year. The trends from overseas […]

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TechDaily: Samsung dares to restart Galaxy Fold

Samsung Galaxy Fold restarts in September Comeback in September: Samsung brings an improved Galaxy Fold in the trade (Photo: CNBC) Actually, the foldable smartphone Samsung Galaxy Fold should appear in late April in the US. But then the first test equipment proved to be problematic: Broken displays, wobbly hinges – the launch date had to […]

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Modern Work: “Trust is the new control”

LEAD: Ms Schmidt, what exactly does New Work mean at Microsoft? Masa Schmidt: At Microsoft, that means the triad of space, people and technology. The focus is on the human being and space and technology are just the tools that you need to implement. LEAD: How does that really work? Schmidt: Microsoft already introduced the […]

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TechDaily: The best bosses in the world

These are the best bosses in the world Who is the boss? And how did he beat himself? The Glassdoor study 2019 reveals it (Photo: pixabay) “How do the employees rate their boss?” The Glassdoor Top 100 provides information about this every year. The CEOs hope to be at the forefront. In the new US […]

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20 years Google: Happy Searchday to you!

Happy Searchday to you! Google is celebrating its birthday. On September 4, 1998, Larry Page and Sergey Brin founded Google Inc. in Menlo Park, California, from which, 20 years later, it became the largest, most powerful, and most feared Internet company in the world. Even though Google has long since become ubiquitous from YouTube to […]

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What does … an unconscious bias trainer do?

Job Title: Manager Business HR / Unconcious Bias Trainer Name: Anna-Maria Friedrich Age: 34 Education: Business Administration (Bachelor) Company: Avanade Germany GmbH What do you do as Unconscious Bias trainer? I work at Avanade as Manager Business HR. Avanade is an international IT service provider focused on the Microsoft ecosystem. My daily job is to […]

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