Profile of Jon MartindaleTechnology Journalist
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Articles by Jon Martindale
University students are finding fellowship with like-minded aspiring data analysts through student organizations.
Could Britain's exit from the EU drive a new wave of analytics investment and growth? Here's a closer look.
Voice interfaces may give many more users access to self-service analytics. Here's a closer look.
Analytics-at-the-edge are the right choice for some applications. Here's why It's helpful when it comes to security.
Analytics at the edge offers a number of benefits that are driving new applications of this combination of technologies.
The EU's new General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR offers data protection for consumers and harsh penalties for violators. Here's what you need to know.
Developing virtual reality games presents more and different challenges than developing conventional video games. Here's how data analytics is helping the process.
A British tribunal has ruled that the UK government's snooping on citizens violates EU privacy rules, but the UK may be backing out of that privacy agreement anyway.
Microsoft's planned acquisition of LinkedIn raises plenty of questions about how it will use all that LinkedIn data, and what privacy protections LinkedIn users can expect.
A UK initiative aims to fight corruption by making those at the top of the food chain responsible for the criminal activity of those below them.
The Panama Papers, Snowden, the White House, and Ashley Madison, along with other data breaches serve as reminders that when you are entrusted with conducting analytics on the data of others you better have your security act in order.
The UK's Investigatory Powers Bill may be ready for the next step forward, which raises some privacy and business concerns throughout the nation.
Recent breakthroughs by Realeyes allows for tracking of a person's emotional state based on a number of metrics related to their facial expression, all at a lower cost than existing kinesiology systems.
Predictive policing has been showing some signs of success in the UK and US -- along with some not-so-great results -- but even where it works police need to protect civilian's rights.