Research shows that around 7.5% of working people fall into the solopreneur category in the United States: that’s nearly 16 million people. Though the number is impressive, only 33% of solopreneur businesses survive for ten years or more. Large companies have entire departments to educate and empower their workforce, whereas solopreneurs often miss out on such resources.Read Full Story
Working With Diconium as Preferred Integration Partner, Brands Can Create a Unified Ecommerce Solution to Foster Global Growth and Bolster Revenue
Digital River, the most experienced global ecommerce enabler for established and fast-growing brands, announced a partnership with Magento, an Adobe company and leading provider of commerce innovations to merchants and brands across industries.
Dr. Gupta, how are you working with technologies like AI, Machine Learning and Natural Language Processing at Alexa.com, an Amazon subsidiary that provides marketers with SEO and Competitive Intelligence tools?
We use Machine Learning to surface common audiences between different websites.
Finding and working with freelancers can seem like a rollercoaster ride. It’s often a game of email tag, trying to find the perfect person with the right experience and rates for your business.Read Full Story
A Reflection on My Two Years of Journey Working in the Area of Conversational AI
A spate of recent developments promises to drive great changes in the global economy. Technologies such as Robotics, Artificial Intelligence (AI), and Machine Learning (ML) have advanced to the extent that the world is ripe for a great leap into the age of intelligent automation.
Before we get to the working of artificial intelligence with big data services, we will first go through the brief introduction of both of them and then understand how these are related.Read Full Story
Company Working to Accelerate Adoption of STIR/SHAKEN Caller ID Authentication Standards
Neustar, Inc., a global information services company and leader in identity resolution, has been approved as an initial Secure Telephone Identity Certification Authority (STI-CA).
Appy Pie is all set to make 2020 big for small businesses and is working towards bringing a smart and DIY design solution. Graphic design is a difficult craft to master. To excel at it, a designer must be proficient, have an eye for aesthetics and be able to afford expensive software.Read Full Story
Before my blog writing days at HubSpot, I was working at a marketing agency where I was in charge of social media posts for our clients.
One time, I was posting a blog on Facebook, but it kept aggregating the wrong image.
Frustrated, I went to Google to find the answer: social media cards.
You can have all the content planned in your calendar. You can have your best Salespeople working with the most profitable prospects. However, none of those strategies will work if your Marketing and Sales teams are out of alignment, working in silos.
According to a study, only 10% of Marketing and Salespeople all over the world believe that there is perfect alignment between the two teams.
One of my colleagues is an academic physical therapist (PT), and he’s working on a paper to his colleagues related to power, sample size, and navigating the thicket of trouble that surrounds those two things. We recently got together to walk through some of the issues, and I thought I would share some of the wildlife we observed along the way.
Multi-Language Teams, AI Release Models, Security Myth, and The Internet is for End Users
Lessons From Working With Teams Who Speak English as a Second Language — We normally “take notes in public” by writing down key points in a shared document or chat.
(See a demo here.)
While working on a Twitter sentiment analysis project, I ran into the problem of needing to filter out all non-English tweets. (Asking the Twitter API for English-only tweets doesn’t seem to work, as it nonetheless returns tweets in Spanish, Portuguese, Dutch, Russian, and a couple other languages.
Recently I have been working on an idea for an algorithm that discovers patterns in raw streams of data. This pattern recognition algorithm uses deep learning to classify certain combinatorial features that uniquely identify an input stream.Read Full Story
Last Friday marked my two year anniversary working as a data scientist at Stack Overflow. At the end of my first year I wrote a blog post about my experience, both to share some of what I’d learned and as a form of self-reflection.
After another year, I’d like to revisit the topic.
I have some exciting news about something I’ve been working on for the last year or so. I started a company! It’s called Problem Forward data science. I’m pumped about this new startup for a lot of reasons.
My co-founder is one of my families closest friends, Jamie McGovern, who has more than 2 decades of experience in the consulting world and who I’ve known for 15 years.
Track records matter. Like it or not, unless you’re actually working with the numbers, you have to rely to some degree on the credibility of the analysts you’re reading. Three of the best ways to build credibility are:1. Be right a lot.2. When you’re wrong, admit it and seriously examine where you went off track, then…3. Correct those mistakes.Read Full Story
I’m working on a new research project, and I need your help. If monitoring or analyzing social media is part of your job—and you don’t work for one of the software providers—please take part in a survey on the state of social media analysis at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/sma-2015.Read Full Story