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Graph Databases: not just tables …

Since the 2000s, the increasing complexity and quantity of data flows have led to the need to create alternative storage tools. The relational databases were introduced in those years precisely in order to reconstruct and manage more quickly the connections existing between entities belonging to data lake become, now, of “oceanic” dimensions.

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Halicina: the super antibiotic discovered via artificial intelligence

Medical research, conducted through the traditional empirical method, has allowed the creation of numerous types of antibiotics. Despite this, also due to abuse of antibiotics, in recent years several studies have shown the proliferation of bacterial species that are increasingly becoming resistant to drugs and therefore more difficult to fight.

AI: new task forces against Covid-19

Viruses and bacteria have always lived with us, but if we learned quickly to defend ourselves from the largest and most fearsome predators, it took us much longer to get to know the existence of these microscopic organisms and to understand how to protect ourselves from their insidious attacks.

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