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Last few weeks, all eyes were on Elon Musk and his Twitter bid. The real-life Iron Man is inches away from being the sole owner of the microblogging platform ( 2+ billion users ) he calls the de facto ‘digital town square’. The Tesla chief had earlier lit into Twitter top brass over content moderation and curtailing free speech.
Musk has called spambots the 'single most annoying problem' plaguing Twitter. And as the boss man, his first order of business would be to crack down on spam bots and fake accounts.
Twitter has been Musk’s biggest PR vehicle saving him millions of dollars in ad spend for his companies. From trolling Bill Gates to manipulating Dogecoin prices, Musk's tweets are a clinic on marketing and have played a huge role in crafting his public image. Check out a few exhibits below:
Musk effect: The price of Dogecoin jumped 27 percent after the news of the deal broke.
Musk tweets: If you are a data scientist or an analyst, check out Elon Musk's Twitter dataset on Kaggle.
Articles in Focus
Many companies, including LinkedIn, Uber, Databricks, Google, AWS, etc., have started open-sourcing their feature stores. What is the reason for this? Click here to know more.
India, in collaboration with Finland, recently signed a joint declaration to set up a virtual network centre on quantum computing. Check out the roadmap of collaboration, areas of interest, applications and more here.
Many chip startups, including Ampere, SambaNova Systems, etc., are attracting a lot of VC interest. Find out why here.
Here's a glimpse of our upcoming report, Analytics & Data Science Jobs in India — 2022, from AIM Research.
Research & Papers
Check out the outstanding ICLR 2022 papers here.
People & Tech
The US Department of Defense recently appointed Craig Martell as chief digital and AI officer (CDAO).
Agarwal is the head of analytics and business intelligence at Bharti Axa Life Insurance. Check out her exclusive interview with AIM here.
Event in Focus
Open only for students in the south zone, the Data science student championship starts on May 12, 2022. Register for the hackathon here, and win prizes worth INR 50K.
Funding & Acquisitions
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