Over the last couple of years, Big Data has been unavoidable. It’s not just big, it’s massive. If you throw a stone down the streets of London or New York, you’ve got as much a chance of hitting a big data guru as you do a social media guru.
Corporate competition to accumulate information about consumers is intensifying even as concerns about government surveillance grow, pushing down the market price for intimate personal details to fractions of a cent.
There has been some pretty zany projects in the past that we have seen on Kickstarter, and all of them are vying for the attention (and of course, money) of the masses in order to make the project a reality [...]...
Across industries, “big data” and analytics are helping businesses to become smarter, more productive, and better at making predictions. Tapping this potential for your organization begins with shaping a plan.
UK brand advertisers will be able to target consumers online based on their high-street purchasing behaviour due to a partnership between Exponential Interactive, a provider of digital advertising intelligence, and I-Behavior, the premier provider of database marketing and behavioural targeting services.
Bright, a startup that is betting that data science and machine learning algorithms will be central to hiring and finding jobs, is announcing $14 million in Series B funding from Toba Capital and Passport Capital.