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El valor de los datos, la nueva economía

Expertos de SAS, multinacional experta en soluciones analíticas, señalan que debe otorgarse el valor real a la información que produce una empresa o persona, ya que hoy en día los datos tienen un valor económico. Este año Facebook celebró sus 12 años de existencia, en los que millones de chilenos

Jim Harris 0
Facing ethics in a data-driven world

I have previously blogged about how the dark side of our mood skews the sentiment analysis of customer feedback negatively since we usually only provide feedback when we have a negative experience with a product or service. Reading only negative reviews from its customers could make a company sad, but could reading only

Phil Simon 0
On LeBron, big data and investing

"Big data isn't useful for investment purposes." So said my friend Walt during one of our recent arguments discussions. By way of background, Walt is not an über-successful 70-year-old investor who earned his chops well before the advents of Twitter, Facebook and their ilk. Rather, he's a man of a similar age to

Phil Simon 0
Big data and the project mentality

Is big data becoming too big to ignore? An increasing number of organizations seem to think so. As Matt Asay on ReadWriteWeb writes: According to a recent Gartner report, 64% of enterprises surveyed indicate that they're deploying or planning Big Data projects (emphasis mine). Yet even more acknowledge that they

Customer Intelligence
John Bastone 0
Neuromarketing - creepy relationship management...or just what the doctor ordered?

Wired had an interesting article recently, discussing how “Darpa,” the US Department of Defense’s (DoD) research agency, is requesting proposals for implantable biosensors. Darpa is interested in the application of this technology for “real-time, accurate measurements of ‘DoD-relevant biomarkers’ including stress hormones, like cortisol, and compounds that signal inflammation, like

Chris Hemedinger 0
What's our sign?

Rick Wicklin and I are engaged in an arms race of birthday-related blog posts.  To recap: Rick analyzed national data about births in the USA and what time of year they are most likely to occur. I responded by analyzing the birthdays of my Facebook friends. Rick responded by analyzing

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