This week we begin with an article that discusses how France’s central bank governor highlights the urgent need for stringent crypto regulations in the country, this development is due to the recent FTX bankruptcy of last year worsened the situation in the crypto industry. Next, we have the importance of database virtualisation (DBV) and its growing relevance in the organisation, moreover, the DBV platform that resides in the data path can perform real-time translation of SQL and API requests. Following that, we have an interesting story, discussing the limitations of the recent newbie ChatGpt, (AI-powered chatbot) such as lack of customization, limited data, lack of options, limited data, etc., compared with the google search. After that, we have a story on the rise of dark data in organisations, the data must be managed by discovering data and establishing what is sensitive and exposed and after having the ability to discover and classify dark data, the organisation can seek the expertise of independent consultants who can review a data or use the correct tools to analyze the data. Next, we have the market report on the alternative data, which has major importance in coming years due to the evolving consumer behaviour and a post-recession economy which have created new market opportunities and the necessity to reach consumers in more sophisticated ways. Finally, we have a story showing how data can help us to save the environment, a research organization has created a new open-access Raman spectral library that can be used to detect molecular “fingerprints” of particles and better trace sources of ocean plastic pollution.
Why Bank Of France Is Calling For A Stringent Crypto Licensing
Following the trend of global jurisdictions to amend crypto regulations, France’s central bank governor highlights the urgent need for stringent crypto regulations in the country. While expressing his thoughts in a speech he made in Paris on January 5, the governor of the Bank of France, Francois Villeroy de Galhau, pointed toward the ongoing market volatility as a reason and pushed to implement an obligatory licensing system “as soon as possible.”
The Role Of Database Virtualization In Helping To Prepare Organizations For Economic Downturns
In a recent survey by The Conference Board, the majority of CEOs globally stated they are expecting a recession. The shape and depth of that downturn may still be subject to discussion, but many large enterprises have already shifted into high gear to cut costs wherever they can—and database virtualization (DBV) could be one of their sharpest tools.
Top 10 Ways In Which ChatGpt Could Not Dominate Google Search
The introduction of ChatGpt has turned the world upside down. It seems a tussel between ChatGpt and Google. But ChatGpt could not dominate google search there are reasons why google search is better than chatgpt.
HowTo: Manage ‘Dark Data’ in Organizations
Data insecurity is becoming costly for UK businesses. ICO fines, which reached record highs in 2021, have added to existing consumer pressure to protect their sensitive information. As a result, many organizations have invested in new processes to safeguard their ‘crown jewels.’ However, there is a dark part of databases lingering beneath the surface that might come back to haunt them.
Alternative Data Global Market Report 2023: Rapidly Transforming Investment Landscape to Stimulate Demand
Alternative data market reached a market value of US$ 428.9 Mn in 2021, with an immense CAGR during the forecast period from 2022 to 2030. Essentially directed by North America, the alternative data market is majorly driven by its early adoption across different industry verticals. Any useful information that is not from a financial statement is classified as alternative data. Evolving consumer behavior and a post-recession economy have created new market opportunities and necessity to reach consumers in ways that are more sophisticated.
Open-Access Database Created To Help Identify Plastic Pollution Sources
Research led by the Monterey Bay Aquarium and MBARI (Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute) provides a new open-access Raman spectral library that can be used to detect molecular “fingerprints” of particles and better trace sources of ocean plastic pollution. Published in Scientific Data, the study offers a more extensive free resource for scientists to tap than previously available. It adds 42 polymer types not included in other open-access libraries and is the first to include polymers from non-plastic particles, such as seagrass, shells, and animal tissues, to prevent misidentification and improve accuracy of results.