As technology and AI show no sign of slowing down, it’s understandable why they have become the norm for innovative and thriving businesses around the world. It’s not only about the tech industry that’s evolving, but also customer-centric sectors, like retail.Read Full Story
Facebook is taking new steps to crack down on so-called “deepfake” videos, but won’t ban some forms of the videos entirely from its social-media platform.
Facebook said that it will now remove videos that appear to have been changed to make it look as if a person is saying something they actually didn’t say.
A+E Networks, AMC Networks, CBS, Discovery, FOX, NBCUniversal, WarnerMedia and other media publishers double down on addressable TV initiatives ahead of the 2020 Upfronts
Nielsen announced the beta launch of its Addressable TV platform.
As a follow-up to his keynote talk at TMRE 2019, I was able to sit down with Kirti Singh, Chief Analytics & Insights Officer of Procter & Gamble to discuss the evolution of the insights function at P&G, his view on the future of the role and the research industry, and the implications for insights & analytics suppliers.Read Full Story
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The NFL is hoping big data tools can help bring down the number of concussions, ligament tears, and other injuries sustained in each game of professional football. Currently, the injury count per game is holding steady at an average of six or seven.
Last Saturday, I woke up and walked down to my favorite coffee shop in San Francisco, SightGlass coffee in SoMa.
I met up with a couple of entrepreneurs pitching an amazing idea, and while ordering some mind-buzzingly-good drip coffee, ran into a mentor of mine.
I spent this past weekend hunkered down in the basement of the local Elk’s club, working on a project for a hackathon. The project was a tweet ranking web application. The idea was to build a web app that would allow users to login with their Twitter account and view a modified version of their Twitter timeline that shows them tweets ranked by importance.Read Full Story
As you all might now, the cstheory blog aggregator is currently down. Many people have been wondering what’s going on and when it will be back up so here’s a short summary.The aggregator has been thus far maintained by Arvind Narayanan who deserves a HUGE thanks for setting up the aggregator, lots of custom code and the linked twitter account.Read Full Story
The new resource breaks down key facets of paid search marketing, from ad types, to analytics and more.
Please visit Search Engine Land for the full article.
Art Peck, CEO, steps down (click here).4-5 years ago, we were constantly told by the experts that Gap and their “data-driven” approach was the key to success.CNBC (click here).Creative Directors were “False Messiahs” via Harvard Business School (click here). The brand was moving to a de-centralized, “data-driven” approach.Read Full Story
After getting a hint of this a few months ago, I’ve finally tracked down an image of a stamp that will be released this year to celebrate the invention of the World Wide Web using an image I created.
Here’s the source.
Think of me as you lick ’em.
The 2014 World Cup will go down as one of the best in recent history. It featured countless headlines, from Germany asserting themselves as the top team in the world by humiliating the entire nation of Brazil 7-1 on their own turf and eventually winning it all. To the end of Spanish world soccer dominance and Luis Suarez continuing with his animalistic tendencies.Read Full Story
I noticed that as my personal website at my former university went down that my PhD thesis could not be found anywhere, so I’m posting it here.
During my PhD I explored how machine learning and computational modeling of the brain can be used to improve our understanding, and diagnostics, of psychiatric illnesses. See this blog post by Siobhan Cronin for her take on the thesis.