On November 21st and 22nd we organized the 4th Big Data Days under the motto “Unleash the Power of Data”. After they took place last year in Athens, this year we brought them back to hub:raum, the tech incubator of Telekom, in the capital Berlin. This was the perfect place to network and work on new innovative solutions.
We had two dedicated days, 17 presentations on the first day and 19 workshops on the second day. Together with 150 participants from many different European countries, we discussed current trends in machine learning, analytics insights and artificial intelligence. A special highlight was the keynote speech on the Telekom Data Intelligence Hub by Dr. Felix Wunderer, Head of IoT Portfolio and Product Management.
All big data, data analysis and AI experts from Deutsche Telekom were invited to discuss the latest topics.
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