We are proud to support FC Bayern, Germany’s leading soccer club on their Hackathon: Thinking of fan experiences and services in a new way. Testing and applying innovative and new technologies within and outside the stadium. Bringing the emotional connection of our club to life even more through technology and digital infrastructure. Learning from each […]

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Driving by car is strongly connected with a feeling of personal freedom. While we book flights just for one specific itinerary, and train tickets are usually only valid for a short period in time, we can get into our car whenever we want and drive any route that comes to our mind. Traffic jams, detours, […]

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For the forth time, the Quantified Self Conference took place in Amsterdam. Quantified Self is a way to get “self knowledge through numbers” as the two founders Kevin Kelly and Gerry Wolf put it, learning about one’s life by measuring various aspects of our bodily funcions, our actions, habits, and environment. With all kinds of […]

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Here is the video of the talk on subjectivity and ethics in data science methods, that Majken Sander and I gave at Strata+Hadoop World Conference 2015 in London (Courtesy O’Reilly Media, Inc.). The Strata + Hadoop World 2015 in London Complete Video Compilation is also available at O’Reilly’s – and highly recommended.

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Great news! Flipboard has made its service available on the web. You can now browse our curated news on wearable tech, smartwatches, The Quantified Self, and the Internet of Things in your browser, too: flipboard.com/qs-socially-relevant-technology

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Data is the new media. Thus the postulates of our Slow Media Manifesto should be applicable on Big Data, too. Slow Data in this sense is meaningful data, relevant for society, driving creativity and scientific thinking. Slow Data is beautiful data. Read my new text “From Slow Media to Slow Data” at http://beautifuldata.net

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Data storytelling, data journalism, and even data fiction – since the advent of Big Data, we find data more and more as tool of narratives. With pattern recognition, exploratory data analytics, and especially with data visualization, data has re-centered from the quantitative to the qualitative. More and more applications support us in using data to […]

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