Best Places to Find a Date According to Data Science

Are you looking for a date but have not been successful in several cities or locations? Well, you need to know that like real estate, is all about location, and the same applies to your romantic relationships too. You are more likely to find love in some cities than others. This is because some cities attract certain people and other factors prevail there such as there being more dating spots, lower cost of living, and others, all of which increase your chances of getting a date. Recently, a study was…

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5 New Cannabis Trends You Need to Know in 2019

Cannabis is finally becoming popular and globally recognised as a safer alternative to costly and dangerous medicines. This destigmatisation has led to an increase in cannabis use for recreational and medicinal purposes. Many countries are recognising the cannabis industry and its contribution to both the economy and its citizens. There are many more changes that come with this revolution. Consumers are expected to be more educated about the use of cannabis and the various products available in the market and the sales are therefore expected to increase. Over the past…

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How a risky move put my career back on course

It was nearly 20 years ago, but I remember the day clearly. I sat down and wrote a letter resigning from my faculty position in Turkey. “I have been subjected to injustices,” I wrote in Turkish. “I want to resign from my duty as of 17 September 2001.” I had spent the preceding 5 years fighting for the pay raise that I was owed when I was promoted to associate professor. University administrators argued that I hadn’t completed my military service, and the dispute eventually went to court. I was…

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A COMPLETE GUIDE TO DATA SCIENCE CAREER PATH – BY GREAT LEARNING & AIM

India is rising and shining bright when it comes to adopting new and emerging technologies. Enterprises from almost all major industry verticals are hiring data science experts to help them garner actionable insights from big data. The analytics sector has witnessed a sharp increase in demand for highly-skilled professionals who understand both the business world as well as the tech world. Organisations today are on a constant lookout for such professionals who can fill this ever-growing dearth in talent. The stark reality, however, is that there is a lot of confusion regarding…

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Messi will end career at Barcelona, predicts Del Piero

The former Juventus star says it “will be a nice story” if Messi spends the rest of his career at Camp Nou Lionel Messi is unlikely to leave Barcelona and it would be a “nice story” if the Argentine legend were to finish his career at Camp Nou, according to Juventus great Alessandro Del Piero. Reports emerged this month that Messi may be tempted to walk away from Barca after a public row with the club’s sporting director Eric Abidal. The timing of the rift with his former team-mate came at a difficult time…

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Tourism hit from coronavirus will carry into 2021, travel experts say

NEW YORK – Even as infections of the novel coronavirus seemed to be slowing at one point last week, the effects of the epidemic on the global tourism industry were accelerating rapidly. The impact of the pneumonia-like disease caused by the COVID-19 virus is already being felt across Asia, where leisure and business travel contributed $884 billion to gross domestic product in 2017, the most recent year for data compiled by the World Travel and Tourism Council. (Estimates for 2018 are about $1 trillion.) For China alone, inbound tourism brought in…

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Cyber Work Podcast: Take control of your career with CyberSeek [product walkthrough]

Introduction In this episode of the Cyber Work with Infosec podcast, host Chris Sienko interviews Tim Herbert, vice president of research and market intelligence at CyberSeek, the foremost online cybersecurity career research engine and CompTIA, one of the IT industry’s top certification associations. CyberSeek combines job posting data with localized job market data to create an interactive tool that can map out cybersecurity career paths. This article will explore this podcast episode and present every question asked in detail, laying out Tim’s invaluable insight into this useful cybersecurity online career…

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Health insurance: Pre-existing diseases rules changed, to benefit policyholders

In a bid to make health insurance more simple and customer-friendly, the insurance regulator recently amended the definition of pre-existing diseases. The Insurance Regulator and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) said in circular that it deleted ‘the additional/modified clause’ in its current definition of pre-existing diseases. This move could actually help in reducing claim rejection rates in health insurance policies. To include certain illness under health insurance policy, the regulator had modified the definition of pre-existing disease through a circular in September, 2019. If certain illnesses were diagnosed within 3 months of buying the…

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Revealed: how drugs giants can access your health records

Sources allege that ‘anonymous’ data can be traced back to specific surgeries and individual patients. Photograph: Christopher Thomond/The Guardian The Department of Health and Social Care has been selling the medical data of millions of NHS patients to American and other international drugs companies having misled the public into believing the information would be “anonymous”, according to leading experts in the field. Senior NHS figures have told the Observer that patient data compiled from GP surgeries and hospitals – and then sold for huge sums for research – can routinely be linked back to individual patients’…

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New mothers in England to receive health check six weeks after giving birth

The health check on mothers will be separate to the six-week check that all babies already have. Photograph: Image Source/Getty Images/Image Source New mothers will be given a physical and mental health check six weeks after giving birth, in a victory for campaigners. From April, the 600,000 women a year who have babies in England will undergo an assessment of their health and wellbeing with either a GP or practice nurse at their surgery. The appointments will be dedicated to exploring the mother’s health and be separate to the six-week check that…

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