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David Garrity presents “The Economics of Intelligence” at The World Summit on Innovation & Entrepreneurship #TheWSIE

GVA Research’s David Garrity Presents: The Economics of Intelligence from GVA Research on Vimeo. The Economics of Intelligence from David M. Garrity, CFA “It’s a technology company, not an intelligence agency or an international diplomatic corps…” Yet… The reality is that if you’re at the helm of a machine that has two billion screaming, whiny

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David Garrity on Boston Herald Radio “Sweeney and Malone”: Big Data, Polls, and is Facebook a News Organization?

November 17 David Garrity joined Steve Sweeney and Joe Malone on Boston Herald Radio. Interview starts at 27 minutes: ((Listen here))

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Investopedia Article: Don’t Blame Big Data for Pollsters’ Failings (AAPL, GOOGL)

On Wednesday, Nov. 9, the New York Times’ Jim Rutenberg wrote, “All the dazzling technology, the big data and the sophisticated modeling that American newsrooms bring to the fundamentally human endeavor of presidential politics could not save American journalism from yet again being behind the story, behind the rest of the country.” But was mis-calling the election

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Google’s new product launch about ‘gathering data’

Google is unveiling a new line of products at its launch event today, including the new Pixel smartphone and smart home assistant. GVA Research Principal, David Garrity, joins BNN to discuss this, the competition from Amazon and Apple, and why this is about gathering consumer data.

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