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football fan taking a picture of the pitch with her mobile during a match
The digital era and the consequent rise of social media has enabled a pervasiveness for those who interact with these platforms. It allows real-time information to be obtained, content to be created, relationships to be maintained and opinions to be shared from anywhere, with anyone, at any time (as long as they also exist on...
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coins with Bitcoin logo on top US dollar notes show blockchain concept
Blockchain is a technology that allows a record of transactions to be maintained without the need of a third party; it is also a completely new way to organise and structure data. Blockchain’s fast development has been impacting different businesses and industries, and it looks to revolutionise the importance and relevance of big data in...
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We are proud to announce a special Q&A session we will be holding together with Amy Vetter, Digital Insights Manager from Samsung Electronics, at the “Power of Data” social analytics event of Crimson Hexagon on 3rd October 2017, 10:30AM at the London Altitude 360. The session will be about the importance and impact of Social ROI for...
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Yesterday, 13th June 2017, I was able to attend Prof. Martyn Thomas’ talk about Artificial Intelligence at the Museum of London. Unsurprisingly, the venue was at full capacity already half hour before the talk started – reflecting the high level of interest this topic currently receives from the general public. But Artificial Intelligence has been...
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Still being absolutely blown away by this year’s #Nudgestock event, I wanted to give my friends and colleagues who could not attend the chance to at least get a small glimpse of what has been going on last Friday at the UK’s biggest Festival of Behavioural Science, organised by @OgilvyChange and the exceptional @rorysutherland – who made my...
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If you are interested in getting an update on the latest UK election polls, this is not what you are looking for. This article is clearly not intended to predict the outcome of the elections in any way. So if it is polls you are looking for, you might want to have a look at...
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Fake news have been widely discussed in general media, specifically with regard to their impact on past (specifically US) and upcoming (UK, German) elections. Max Beilby, author at darwinianbusiness.com and Thomas Hirschmann from Braingraph have tried to develop a few theoretically grounded thoughts about the topic. Read more at our new blog on human behaviour...
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There have been speculations for a while, some of which to be found in the more alternative / darker parts of the web whilst others appearing in less speculative and more fact-based platforms. In our post-truth society of fake news we have to be extra careful about what to believe or not to believe. One way of...
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Good news: Braingraph will be at the NetBase Live2017 event: 18th May 2017, 9AM – 6PM Sofitel London St James, 6 Waterloo Place, London Please let us know if you are able to come by and have a chat!
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Our digital genius Drew created the first version of Braingraph in moving pictures. Have a look:
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