DataArt in the News
In conversation with experts in the field, How-To Geek explores various aspects of contract tracing and its impact on managing infectious diseases. Daniel Piekarz, SVP Healthcare and Life Sciences at DataArt, shares his thoughts on the concept, its uses, and its effectiveness.
Automative speaks with industry experts, including Iliya Aristov, Head of Logistics at DataArt, about the state of autonomous vehicles. Aristov comments on why the global automotive sector is still falling short of Level 3 autonomy.
Tabb Forum publishes DataArt’s discussion of key trends, including robotic process automation (RPA), big data analytics, and artificial intelligence (AI), that will drive the technological transformations in financial services in 2020.
In Manufacturing Chemist, Egor Kobelev, VP of Healthcare and Life Sciences at DataArt, shares some of the ways artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies help identify new molecules and validate new drugs faster and more efficiently.
IGaming Business asked industry experts about their thoughts on the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead in the IGaming industry. Russel Karp, VP of Media & Entertainment at DataArt, shared his thoughts on core developments and events of the past year.
[Keeping Tempo with Music Biz] - Podcasts: Product and Tech Revolution, an Op-Ed by Entertainment Sergey Bludov of DataArt
Music Business Association speaks with DataArt’s SVP of Media & Entertainment Sergey Bludov about the origin to the “podcasts”, its meaning and value for the media and entertainment industry.
In US Betting Report, Russell Karp, VP of Media and Entertainment at DataArt, discusses the changing attitudes and marketing practices around the evolving gambling ecosystems.
Financial IT Magazine picks up the announcement that DataArt partnered with METRO Markets, Metro AG’s technology-driven e-commerce venture, to provide a next- generation e-commerce ERP system.
In Music Business Registry, Sergey Bludov, SVP of Media and Entertainment at DataArt, discusses the causes of shortening attention spans and the consequences of such a shift on the music production and consumption patterns.