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Artprice Presents a Ranking of Contemporary Art Museums in France Based on Google Opinions – Methodology and Facts, Which Have Been Legally Verified

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Methodology: the Organe Contemporary Art Museum which manages the Abode of Chaos wished to measure the Internet popularity of Contemporary Art Museums in France in as reliable a manner as possible.

After consultation with the statisticians and econometricians at Server Group and Artprice we agreed that only Google’s ‘ecosystem’ (search engine, Google Maps, Google Street View, Google Earth, Google Photos, and others Google applications) is indisputably the only legitimate reference on the Internet, both in terms of the number of users and visibility, but also in terms of reliability with real-time security measures that Google uses to avoid fraud.

Google is the only internet operator to systematically post all the cultural venues of each country all over the world. To date, we are not aware of any Contemporary Art Museum in France that has refused to appear in Google’s applications. In fact, Google is today considered by 97% of the French population as the only player to have replaced the old French directories (white and yellow pages). Opinions posted on Google are not influenced or impacted by Google’s commercial initiatives or those of any third parties. From that point of view, Google’s services are totally unique on the Internet.

The methodology adopted involved identifying all Contemporary Art Museums, whatever their location, with more than 500 opinions/reviews to their names. This high number avoids any distortions that could be associated with smaller samples.

This ranking, legally verified by a notary public, may not under any circumstances be Interpreted as a qualitative ranking; it only provides an econometric analysis of the massive flows of information from Google’s databanks. All the museum names mentioned in this ranking, and in particular the description of Google’s ecosystem, are the property of their respective authors.

CITY

NAME

RANKING

REVIEWS

Saint-Romain-au-Mont-d’Or

The Organe Museum – The Abode of Chaos

4.6

1,171

Paris

The Pompidou Center

4.4

32,483

Paris

Louis Vuitton Foundation

4.4

7,721

Paris

Palace Tokyo

4.4

5,141

Paris

Cartier Foundation for Contemporary Art

4.4

1,451

Bussy-Saint-Martin

FRAC Île-de-France – The Castle (Park Rentilly Cultural- Michel Chartier)

4.4

883

Paris

Jeu de Paume

4.4

863

Le Havre

MuMa André Malraux Museum of Modern Art

4.3

1,231

Villeneuve-d’Ascq

LaM, Lille, Métropole Museum of Modern Art, Contemporary Art and Art Brut

4.3

1,161

Strasbourg

MAMCS, Museum of Modern Art of Strasbourg

4.2

1,640

Toulouse

Les Abattoirs – FRAC Occitanie Toulouse

4.2

1,354

Nîmes

Carré d’Art-Museum of Contemporary Art

4.2

585

Vitry-sur-Seine

MAC VAL

4.2

584

Saint-Priest-en-Jarez (Saint-Etienne Métropole)

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art

4.2

518

Nice

Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in Nice

4.1

1,723

Lyon

Museum of Contemporary Art

4.1

826

Bordeaux

CAPC art museum contemporary Bordeaux

3,9

1,056

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VeeaSystems to Display the Full Range of Devices for VeeaHub Platform at MWC Shanghai Bringing Advanced Wireless Edge Computing to Smart Verticals

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VeeaSystems, a wholly owned subsidiary of Veea Inc., the company powering an intelligently connected world with a universal platform for IoT and smart edge solutions, today announced that it will be publicly demonstrating the full range of its VeeaHub intelligent wireless edge servers for the first time at MWC Shanghai 2019, June 26-28. The company’s solutions bring together highly integrated Edge Computing and Wireless-mesh networking with performance and security designed and tailored for home and enterprise applications from SMEs to campus-wide deployments, including models for ruggedized industrial applications and certified for use in physically demanding transport environments. Veea will be exhibiting at MWC Shanghai on the iFree Booth F160 in Hall N1.

VeeaSystems will be displaying four different indoor and outdoor VeeaHub models that enable businesses operating across a wide spectrum of deployment scenarios to benefit from a resilient mesh network and innovative Smart applications running on its server function that support current as well as new and innovative use cases literally across every market vertical.

VeeaHub is a breakthrough platform solution with intelligent wireless servers that can create a hybrid wireless and wired micro-cloud at customer premises with support for all commonly used forms of wireless communications and the ability to run unique software applications on each VeeaHub node’s Linux server function to complement or minimize enterprise or SME’s dependence on cloud computing. It is a highly scalable platform that most economically substitutes for, or complements existing, Wi-Fi Access Point (APs) while providing for communications with a wide range of Wi-Fi, Bluetooth (with an integrated Eddystone beacon) and communication protocols (e.g., Zigbee and Z-Wave) for sensors and devices supporting Internet of Things (IoT) at customer premises as one highly integrated solution.

VeeaHub’s unique software architecture supports a novel container-based virtualization enabling a wide range of solutions and applications through the VeeaHub App Store. VeeaHub models on display run the same software architecture enabling the flexibility for applications to be deployed and managed concurrently, with each VeeaHub model providing physically different connectivity and compute capabilities alongside alternative environmental options. The VeeaHub range includes:

  • VeeaHub (VHE05) – ideal for Small Medium Businesses, Smart Home and Developers
  • VeeaHub Pro (VHE09/10) – ideal for large indoor Enterprise deployments
  • VeeaHub Pro Outdoor (VHH10) – ideal for large outdoor Enterprise or Smart City deployments
  • VeeaHub Pro RT (VHHR06) – ideal for Transportation including Trains, Ships, Trams and Buses

By proving a platform for applications to operate at the Edge, managed from VeeaHub’s Cloud platform with local control via smartphone and web-based Control Center, businesses can now make any vertical ‘Smart’, including Retail, Cities, Buildings, Education, Construction, Hospitals, Government, Trains, Ships and Home. VeeaHub users can download apps from the VeeaHub App Store as well as write their own custom applications using the VeeaHub SDK with ease.

“VeeaHub Platform delivers a whole new paradigm of computing that opens up a huge range of business innovations. By delivering a platform that offers a resilient and rapidly deployable mesh network, combined with highly secure edge compute – that can operate with or without Internet access – enterprises of all sizes and shapes can develop and deploy a wide range of innovative applications and services that suit their needs for the same cost as popular enterprise-class WiFi Access Points with only one function,” said Allen Salmasi, CEO of Veea. “We are now taking orders from a wide range of vertical markets, helping enterprises benefit from the power of wireless edge computing.”

VeeaHub’s micro-cloud significantly extends the range of wireless connectivity and coverage for smart devices, with a highly advanced “mesh networking” technology that substantially reduces cabling costs, along with multiple backhaul capabilities for Internet connection. It optionally provides for an eSIM-based 4G backhaul connectivity solution for 4G SD-WAN including automatic failover for ISP connection. Another unique feature is support for various forms of LoRa communications that can be customized for long-range low-power communications. VeeaHub platform solutions substantially reduce cloud computing costs and dependency on third party resources, while increasing reliability, security, privacy and flexibility in processing, managing, disseminating and maintaining data.

With the sheer quantity of data being generated for consumption at distant locations, it is fast becoming obvious that cloud computing will not be able to address a significant number of Industry 4.0 applications on a stand-alone basis. This may be for reasons of cost, service availability and reliability, security and privacy, latency, lack of a connection to Internet (e.g., mine shaft), or the environmental considerations of how all of this data is processed, managed and disseminated across the globe.

As new Applications using Artificial Intelligence (AI), Augmented Reality (AR) and Machine Learning emerge the issue of latency will also become more critical for many services. Whilst 5G offers higher speeds of connection, it only addresses one of the vulnerabilities associated with cloud computing and only in cases that ultra-high speed communications is required. Edge Computing provides a complimentary solution that allows for an alternative to the method of blindly sending all the data to the Cloud, and then deciding what to do with it, for many applications. VeeaHub platform enables all or, at least, part of the data processing to take place locally, where the data has been captured, before transferring anything to the Cloud.

 

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87% of IT Decision Makers Plan to Increase Their Analytics Workforce in the Next One Year

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Data Science Leaders Outlook In India 2019, now in its fifth edition by Analytics India Magazine and Simplilearn measures the analytics leaders’ sentiment around the maturity level of Data Science in organisations, investment in analytics tools, talent and the companies’ focus on decision-making business outcomes.

The report takes stock of the analytics landscape in India and how enterprises have moved up the analytics maturity index. The disruptions that came in waves have now clearly matured and business leaders today are making big bets on emerging technologies such as AI and machine learning.

The report captures the C-level strategy and investment outlook and how business leaders are using data and analytics to redefine the future value chains related to products, business models and the current market. The changing dynamics have also brought into question the need for talent, that will be the key to rapid innovation. As business leaders explore new capabilities, they require expertise to scale digital efforts and require industry-ready talent that can drive greater value for enterprises.

Here are the key highlights from the study:

• Analytics leaders demonstrated a strong positive outlook towards the industry. Net Sentiment Score among analytics leaders in India is at a five-year high of 85%
• Analytics leaders emphasise that the demand for analytics in their organisation is expected to increase over the next 12 months
• As per the report, 87% of decision makers plan to increase their analytics workforce over the next 12 months

Key areas explored are:  

1. Maturity level of Data Science in organisations
2. Investment in Data Science over the next five years
3. Challenges that persist in DataScience adoption
4. Talent acquisition strategies key to success

“Enterprises have realized the vast opportunities Data Science offers and are ramping up their capabilities to gain actionable insights from data. But while companies are accelerating the adoption of data engineering, data science and analytics, what’s also required is the skilled talent to handle data-intensive roles. The need of the hour is the accessibility to industry-relevant training resources to help professionals from diverse backgrounds to gain relevant data-centric skills,” said Krishna Kumar, Founder & CEO, Simplilearn.

“With analytics capabilities maturing, we are seeing organisations move into a strong product mindset. Data is coupled with products and services and this data-product mindset is allowing organisations to scale and enjoy a competitive advantage. On the talent front, investments in training and skilling will help the workforce to be prepared for the changing roles,” said Bhasker Gupta, Founder & CEO, Analytics India Magazine.

 

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Uptake Announces Award Offering Free Fleet Management Solution for Five Public Sector, Nonprofit or Social Impact Organizations

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Uptake, leader in industrial artificial intelligence (AI), has launched the ECO FUTURE AWARD to offer fleet management software free to five public sector, nonprofit or social impact organizations that aim to reduce their environmental impact. The winning organizations will receive Uptake’s fleet management optimization solution for eighteen months, as well as mentorship from Uptake.org, the philanthropic and civic innovation arm of Uptake, which is using data science and machine learning to address the world’s most pressing problems

“One of the initiatives of Uptake.org is to address the reality that often the organizations that can benefit most from predictive insight are those with limited technology resources,” said Brad Keywell, Uptake’s CEO. “Uptake’s fleet optimization products ensure that critical vehicles — ambulances, for example, as well as vehicles of organizations like the American Red Cross — are reliable and not subject to unexpected failure. With Uptake.org, the Uptake team shares our solutions for societal good, and this offer of our Asset IO software is another step on our journey of impact.”

By deploying Asset IO for Good, organizations can lower operational costs through advance insight of vehicle component failure as well as optimized fuel management. With the additional benefit of reducing carbon emissions. Uptake.org is delivering the value of predictive analytics to the social sector. Applications will be accepted until September 6 at https://www.uptake.org/award.

“We have partnered with Uptake to put telematics devices on many of our fleet vehicles. This allows us to see where our vehicles are, where they’ve been, and when they’ll need maintenance, so we can respond even quicker,” said Jim McGowan, Director of Information Management & Situational Awareness at the American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois.

Uptake’s Asset IO software uses artificial intelligence (AI) to create business value from operational data. Traditional asset management only covers routine maintenance tasks. Today’s asset-intensive environments require a new approach with industrial data science generating OEM-agnostic insights, predictions and recommendations for any asset. The result is higher uptime of critical equipment, lowered operations cost and improved productivity.

 

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