Month: September 2019

Why Unstructured Data is Big for Business

The rise of big data has propelled new conversations around how we source, organize and analyze information. With advances in natural language processing, machine learning and artificial intelligence, organizations are now able to apply computational power to process large amounts of unstructured data, something that was previously beyond our capabilities. Let’s explore precisely what unstructured …

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The Uphill Battle of Keeping Local News Afloat

When the Greenwood, SC newspaper Index-Journal reported on a complaint that Dairy Queen was apparently serving up human meat in its burgers, they weren’t expecting to go viral. Unsurprisingly, the complaint was revealed to be baseless. But the story captured the imaginations of the online world – being shared widely across social media before ultimately being covered …

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The Problem with Keywords – Fake News and the Dilemma of Curated Content

Search engine platforms and content aggregators have us all well trained in using keywords and long string statements to search for information and content. The phrase “Google it” has become part of the dictionary along with “Xerox it,” “pass me a Kleenex,” and “Amazon Prime it.” But some recent hiccups at the Department of Justice …

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