7 Trends for Data Science in 2021

May 5, 2021

Over the last decade, interest in the field of data science has not only increased enormously, but has also changed and developed considerably. In view of the new technological advances and the constant growth of data, we expect Data Science to continue to develop strongly in 2021. We have identified 7 trends that will be relevant for the coming year.

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