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Brain AI using Big-data, Analytics, Prediction, Artificial Intelligence & Machine Learning for Actionable Results

Data analytics is a method for analyzing data to produce knowledge and understanding. It’s becoming increasingly important in today’s world where information is constantly changing. Data analytics is used in many sectors and is quickly becoming a universal skill. Analyzing data helps us make sense of it, formulate plans based on that information and ultimately help us live better lives.

Data analytics is a process involving the analysis, synthesis, organization, classification, interpretation and interpretation of data to produce predetermined results. In the past decade, data analytics has become more popular thanks to the advancement in technology and data storage. The use of data analytics is becoming more important in almost every field. This includes business, education, government and health sectors. For example, businesses analyze the performance of their systems based on the data they collect. Education uses data analytics to measure the academic performance of their students. Government uses it to plan resources based on their needs and health organizations use it to plan treatments for patients with diseases.

There are many different types of data analytics- including statistical analysis, machine learning and natural language processing among others. Each has its own uses- statistical analysis is used to create databases while machine learning aims to train computers using artificial intelligence. Language processing is used to analyze text or speech for meaning and natural language processing looks for natural language patterns in structured data. Basically, there’s no shortage of innovative ways to use data analytics in the future.

Data analytics has become so popular that most people have heard of it before actually knowing what it is. Data analysts are now a sought-after profession due to the high demand for their skills. The number of jobs for data analysts increased by 26 percent from 2010-2016 in the US according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS). Other countries have similar job growth rates for their equivalent jobs. This includes Canada with 17 percent job growth from 2010-2016 and China with 18 percent growth over the same period. In the future, job growth rates for data analysts will likely increase as more organizations attempt to understand how people are using new technologies effectively.

Data analytics is quickly becoming a skill that everyone needs in order to function in today’s world. It’s becoming increasingly important in sectors such as business, education, government and health as more people seek ways to make sense of ever-expanding data sets. There are many ways to perform data analytics; Everyone needs at least some understanding of how to analyze data using various methods in order to succeed in the field.

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Design the new logo of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC) and win €5 000 !

EOSC Logo Competition

This is your opportunity to shape the visual identity of EOSC – the web of research data. Take part in the EOSC logo competition and create a new style for the European Open Science Cloud that supports cutting-edge research by providing data, tools and services.

Until 25 February 2022, the EOSC Association is accepting proposals for a logo that can be used across mediums, including, but not limited to, websites, social media and print materials. Eligible submissions will be first judged by a jury of renowned designers and EOSC experts. In a second step, shortlisted submissions will then be put to a vote by the broader EOSC community. The winner will be awarded a prize of €5 000 and will get the chance to present their work at the next EOSC Symposium, which brings together experts from across Europe.

Who can apply?
You can take part in the competition if you are a student or recent graduate (graduated in 2021) who

  • was born no earlier than 1991
  • is/ was enrolled for a bachelor or master’s degree in graphic design or a related topic
  • is completing/completed a degree in Albania, Armenia, Austria, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Republic of Cyprus, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Faroe Islands, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Moldova, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Morocco, Norway, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey, Ukraine and the United Kingdom.
The logo should:

  • use max. 2 colours, if needed  in addition to white and/or black.
  • be flexible enough to use in multiple sizes and formats across different digital and print mediums.
  • be easy to resize and adapt. So, we prefer a horizontal logo layout with dimensions that are adapted for website banners and headers. If you wish to submit a vertical logo, you should also submit a horizontal adaptation of the logo.
  • be adapted for use in  grayscale and on light and dark backgrounds. You can submit the logo in different colours for light and dark backgrounds if you feel this is appropriate.

The main colours of the logo should pass the WCAG’s AA-level contrast test for graphical objects and user interface components. One of the main colours as a background colour and black as the main colour should also pass the AAA-level test for small and large text. Logo compliance can be checked using any of the following sites:

The logo or parts of it will also be used by projects and organisations around EOSC to create visual cohesion across initiatives. That is why we would also like you to submit a proposal for a “co-branded” logo template that allows the name of another project to be integrated within the new logo or combined with elements of the logo.

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Microindustrializare si Comerț – 2 apeluri de finanțare pentru firme in Aprilie-Mai 2020

Firmele care vor aduce aport propriu de minimum 25% și care vor angaja români din diaspora  întorși în țară vor avea punctaj suplimentar la fondurile nerambursabile de câte 450.000 de lei (94.000 euro), resepectiv 250.000 de lei (52.000 euro) din programele Microindustrializare și Comerț 2020, conform grilelor de punctaj propuse, miercuri, de Ministerul Economiei.

Grilă punctaj Microindustrializare 2020 – propunerea oficială

Bugetul alocat schemei de minimis Microindustrializare pentru anul bugetar 2020 este de 65.000.000 lei.

Din acești bani se vor acorda firmelor câștigătoare ajutoare financiare nerambursabile de maximum 450.000 de lei, fiecare, în baza unor planuri de afaceri.

Finanțarea de la stat va avea o intensitate de maximum 90%. Aceasta înseamnă că firma beneficiară va trebui să suporte minimum 10% din valoarea investiției eligibile, plus TVA. De asemenea, firma va trebui să plătească investiția întreagă și să aștepte apoi să-și primească de la stat ajutorul de minimis de maximum 450.000 de lei.

Cei care nu au bani pot apela la componenta de credit de la bănci partenere în program.

Firmele vor fi obligate să angajaeze minimum 2 persoane cu normă întreagă, pentru a obține banii de la stat. În plus, prin grila de punctaj propusă acum, vor fi punctați suplimentar antreprenorii care vor angaja români întorși acasă din diaspora.

Important va fi și numărul de angajați deja încadrați în firmă, la intrarea în program.

De asemenea, punctaj suplimentar se va da și pentru firmele care vor veni cu aport propriu de minimum 25% la investiție, conform propunerii.

Admiterea în Program se va face în ordinea punctajului obținut la evaluarea planurilor de afaceri on-line. La punctaje egale va prevala:
– valoarea procentului aferent aportului propriu;
– valoarea profitului din exploatare la 31.12.2019;
– punctajul aferent ponderii investițiilor în echipamentele prevăzute la pct 2.1, 2.2 și 2.3. din H.G. nr. 2139/2004 și software-uri necesare desfășurării activității sau obiecte de inventar asimilate grupelor menționate;
– punctajul criteriilor aferente cursurilor de competențe digitale;
– punctajul aferent criteriului de finanțare anterioară;
– numărul de locuri de muncă ce urmează a fi create conform planului de afaceri;
– numărul de locuri de muncă ce urmează a fi create din rândul persoanelor care fac dovada întoarcerii din diaspora;
– data și ora înscrierii în program.

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Apelul POC 1.1.1 Clustere de inovare, infiintare, management

Finantare maxima 7.5 mil. euro
Durata maxima de implementare 3 ani

Ghidul solicitantului:

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Software engineers are needed – PLC programming !

Software engineers are needed:
– PLC programming experience Siemens S7
– Experience commissioning PLC Siemens
– available working trips 2-3 months

It is about putting into operation a mill in Libya.
Software applications are made in Germany
The electric wiring team is from Romania
They must ensure the commissioning of the Siemens PLC automation system

Working period January – March 2019
Transportation, accommodation and meals provided

You can send CVs or recommendations to cv AT lew DOT ro

Este nevoie de ingineri software :
– experienta programare PLC Siemens S7
– experienta puneri in functiune PLC Siemens
– disponibil deplasari de lucru 2-3 luni

Este vorba de punerea in functiune a unui laminor in Libia.
Aplicatiile software sunt facute in Germania
Echipa care realizeaza cablajul electric este din Romania
Ei trebuie sa asigure punerea in functiune a sistemului de automatizare PLC Siemens

Perioada de lucru ianuarie – martie 2019
Transport, cazare si masa asigurate

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