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Analysing geospatial information is where the next big space bucks are.
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One of the biggest problems and opportunity areas in Data Assets is geolocation
One of the biggest problems and opportunity areas in Data Assets is geolocation. With delivery, taxi aggregators & traffic applications/startups - geolocation services have become integral to the urban user. However, larger areas remain untapped.Solutions...
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The world of Alternate Data is growing, lucrative and super creative
The world of Alternate Data is growing, lucrative and super creative. Though it is puny ($350 Mn by 2020) in the grand scheme of things, the need for data like flight records, email receipts, website...
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Global Corruption Impact Dashboard
The impact of a country on global corruption and instability Introduction As the world becomes increasingly connected and intertwined, so do the fortunes of various economies and regions. This has become increasingly apparent in areas...
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Fashion is a $3 trillion market, constitutes 2% of the global GDP
Fashion is a $3 trillion market, constitutes 2% of the global GDP. Clothes & accessories have never been cheaper or more abundant in the history of mankind.Having said that, the market has never been as...
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A study on ‘Dark Patterns’, done by researchers at Princeton
A study on 'Dark Patterns', done by researchers at Princeton, has identified that deceptive designs usually have two goals:1. Convincing users to buy more stuff2. Convincing them to give up dataIf you think about it,...
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The most awaited infographics in the Big Data and AI space
One of the most awaited infographics in the Big Data and AI space is the 'Big Data & AI landscape' map by Matt Turck - a VC at FirstMark. This infographic is possibly the most...
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Front row seats to the data revolution within the Cannabis sector
Thanks to our extensive work in the CRB (Cannabis Related Businesses) space, the team at ZIGRAM has front row seats to the data revolution within this sector. More importantly, it further validates our understanding that...
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We economists can be a little bit useful
“We economists can be a little bit useful.”Gabriel Zucman, an assistant professor at the University of California at Berkeley and the world’s foremost expert on where the wealthy hide their money - makes quite an...