DataArt in partnership with MedStartr and PwC hosted a full-day Healthcare Tech Innovation Forum on June 5, 2017, at PricewaterhouseCoopers’auditorium, in New York City. Bringing together leading health tech executives and entrepreneurs, theForum provided a fertile platform for in-depth panel...Read More
DataArt sums up the key takeaways from its full-day Healthcare Tech Innovation Forum, hosted in partnership with MedStartr and PwC on June 5, 2017.
13 teams. Two-day hack. 30 hours of development InsurTech is the rising star of FinTech, but the culture gap between tech startups and insurance veterans has slowed the ability of the industry to realise the benefits of new technologies. DataArt is playing an active role in bridging this gap through...Read More
In his regular blogpost in HuffPost Tech UK, Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, disapproves of educational platforms that allow anybody to teach anything. He argues that such platforms make it difficult to verify qualifications and easy to favor digital skills and social media popularity...Read More
Without metadata, the music industry would come to a standstill. This vital information is required in order to manage music files, allowing data to be properly created, stored, sorted and used in a wide range of applications. Truly, metadata is a centerpiece of the industry, uniting music creation,...Read More
Kirill Timofeev, Principal Architect at DataArt, explains the promise of blockchain for the financial industry in kreditwesen. “For instance, ripple.com is creating a global network among banks to execute immediate transactions. This promises to significantly reduce the cost of foreign exchange...Read More
London, New York, NY – June 1, 2017 – DataArt, the global technology consultancy that designs, develops and supports unique software solutions, today announced that it has joined ETSI, the European Telecommunications Standards Institute, an independent, not-for-profit association that produces...Read More
Dmitry Bagrov, Managing Director of DataArt UK, questions the current application of digital personal assistants in Huffpost Tech. He argues that the real value of these devices lies in the area of our work lives rather than our personal lives.