- by Jessica Davis
Smart watches and fitness bands help us track personal data including heart rate, steps, minutes of activity, sleep, and more. Are you using that data for more complex analysis? What changes have you made? Tell us in the comments.
- by Lisa Morgan
Machine learning isn't as widely adopted as some may think, mainly because there are serious barriers to adoption. Researchers are making progress in reducing those barriers.
- by Pierre DeBois
With rising concerns about how a message is conveyed on social media, marketers are considering micro-influencers as a branding alternative to attract consumers in niche markets. Here's how the choice complements analytics strategy.
- by Robert Allison
It's dirtier than diesel, and it's a big energy export. Here's a data visualization about US exports of this fuel to various countries.
- by Ariella Brown
Can you trust the news you read or not? Artificial intelligence is now being applied to help the reading public figure out which news articles can be trusted and which ones are fake news.