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Elon Musk Has Ambitions Toward Making The Twitter Algorithm Open-Source, But What Would Be The Pros And Cons Of This Choice?
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There’s a controversy going on all over the internet regarding the Twitter algorithm. SpaceX and Tesla CEO Elon Musk has ambitions toward making it open-source. What would be the advantages and disadvantages from a user perspective? Social media platforms are being heavily criticized for their content ranking algorithms. We discussed

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Market Trend Analysis And Social Media
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Market trend analysis is an indispensable tool for companies these days. Social media gives analysts access to data that might otherwise be tough to collect. Rapidly changing business conditions require deep insight, and a market trend analysis report is a critical tool. Aside from future-proofing businesses, trend analysis reports also

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Combating Infobesity
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“Infobesity” is a term we’re hearing more frequently these days as consumers are creating exponentially more data in their daily lives, and brands are similarly consuming larger portions. From eCommerce sites to a multitude of social media channels, there are terabytes of data available in today’s increasingly digital world. But,

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Perion Launches Paragone.ai Social Advertising
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This article was originally published at Grit Daily and is reproduced with permission. Perion – a digital advertising company – has today announced the launch of Paragone.ai’s Actionable Performance Monitoring (APM). Paragone’s APM adds multi-channel social advertising management platform to the company’s offerings and is now deployed with clients such as

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Why Outsourcing Social Media Data Access Is A Good Thing
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It’s no news that unstructured data has been a highly sought after source since its inception, first for determining public topical insights and now for training machine learning algorithms. The critical question to answer is whether you should outsource the collection to overcome business challenges or not? Mike Madarasz explains

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Data Mining For Predictive Social Network Analysis
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Social networks, in one form or another, have existed since people first began to interact. Indeed, put two or more people together and you have the foundation of a social network. It is therefore no surprise that, in today’s Internet-everywhere world, online social networks have become entirely ubiquitous. Within this

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Twitter Pulls Plug On Data Feed Sharing; Third Party Resellers Lose Access To Firehose
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Twitter has pulled the plug on its data feed ecosystem by revoking access of its syndicated data feed of all tweets generated throughout the microblogging site, collectively called the ‘Firehose,’ to all partnered third parties. The move comes as a followup to its acquisition of the social media API aggregation

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Snapchat Joins Deep Learning Bandwagon With Focused Research Team In The Pipeline
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Word is that Snapchat, the Los Angeles based photo messaging application, is preparing a foray into a very hot branch of artificial intellligence – deep learning. Citing a knowledgeable source, VentureBeat reveals that the popular app, with an interest in deep learning has been developing a research team “to run

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Looking To Engage March Madness Fans? Head To Instagram, Say Origami Logic
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The National Collegiate Athletic Association’s Basketball Tournament, branded the March Madness has been raising a social media storm through last month. One startup (amongst many peers), has been providing tools to gauge and provide actionable data to marketers throughout the event. Cross-channel analytics provider Origami Logic found that although Twitter

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Facebook Diving Deeper Into Ai With Text &Amp; Video Recognition
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The second day at F8, Facebook’s annual developer conference, saw quite a few updates from the social networking giant. Facebook’s Chief Technology Officer, Mike Schroepfer, addressed their “long-term technology investments” in Connectivity Lab, Facebook AI Research and Oculus. Speaking about Facebook’s AI endeavour, Schroepfer said demonstrated how they have progressed

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