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Beware These Buzzwords! The Truth About “Machine Learning” and “Artificial Intelligence” Machine learning, artificial intelligence, deep learning… Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve heard these terms before. Indeed, they seem to have become a must for market researchers. Unfortunately, so many precise terms have never meant so little! For computer scientists […]

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Insight Association’s Inaugural CEO Summit: Future Tied to Collaboration and Technology Writing this at the Miami Airport as I’ve just finished up a great 3 day meeting of the minds at the new Insights Association’s first official event, the Marketing Research CEO Summit. Though this event was formerly part of the Marketing Research Association (MRA), […]

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Artificial Intelligence, Mixed Data Analytics and Passive Listening Capture Minds – 2016 Insight Innovation Exchange I’m just back from the IIEX conference in Atlanta, where OdinText competed in the Insight Innovation Competition. Although I was disappointed that we didn’t win, I’m pleased to report that the judges told me we placed a very close second. […]

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[Interview re-posted w/ permission from Text Analytics News] Mr. Big Data & Mr. Text Analytics Weigh In Structured VS. Unstructured Big Data   If you pay attention to Big Data news you’re sure to have heard of Kirk Borne who’s well respected views on the changing landscape are often shared on social media. Kirk is […]

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