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Category: AWS Big Data

Machine learning on limit order book data for surveillance and compliance

There are two key types of market participants; those who are trying to make money from the markets and those who are assigned to police those trying to make money. Examples of the former type include investment banks, hedge funds and asset managers, while examples of the latter includes in-house compliance, financial regulators and exchange surveillance teams.

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a chart of how repositive.io works

Data in their DNA: Repositive.io Builds Common Ground for Genomic Research

What do you get when you put the world’s brightest scientists in a room, arm them with the most advanced tools of their trade, and get them to work on the world’s hardest problems? Not much without data. At least that’s the thought behind Repositive.io, the first portal for researchers to browse the world’s human genomic data.

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Rick Cost is the Coordinator of Physical Therapy at JOHAN Sports

From FIFA 17 to real-life soccer fields: JOHAN Sports is taming big data to help sports coaches, trainers, and players

Together with its in-house sports scientists, JOHAN Sports has developed analytics modules to interpret the data it receives from its sensor with GNSS and deliver information on the physical state of sports players and their progress, as well as risk profiles for injury prevention.

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The coming data hurricane

Data lakes: How planning and a governed data catalog can help you weather a data superstorm

By now, we’ve all seen the statistics. The data universe is doubling in size every two years, which translates into a 50-fold growth from 2010 to 2020. It’s a superstorm of data that isn’t letting up anytime soon. Businesses everywhere are desperately trying to manage the flood of information pouring in from every direction. To manage this extreme data growth, organizations are looking to data lakes like the one provided by AWS to help them control and consolidate the storm of data.

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DataDome's Bot Fighters

DataDome duo Benjamin Fabre and Benjamin Barrier on bot detection, risk mitigation, and being three-time entrepreneurs

When people talk about “serial entrepreneurs,” they are talking about folks like Benjamin Fabre and Benjamin Barrier. Longtime friends and colleagues, Fabre and Barrier are currently working on their third startup together and choose as their focus: robots.

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AWS London Loft

That’s a wrap on the AWS Pop-up Loft London!

It’s been epic. More than 1,000 visitors, 12,000 Twitch views and counting, 36 breakout sessions, 19 live streams, 5 hands-on workshops, 3 networking evenings, 2 breakfast briefings, a Fintech innovation showcase, and an AWS Community Day later, we’ve now officially closed the London Pop-up Loft for yet another year. Thanks to an interesting mix of […]

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