June 04, 2020 There is so much data out there about all of us – thanks to the “big data revolution.” Every day it’s used to predict our behavior – from consumer habits to the likelihood of committing a crime. But all that data is useless if you don’t know how to interpret it. Seth…
There is a lot information out there about everybody– thanks to the “huge information revolution.” Every day it’s used to forecast our habits– from customer practices to the likelihood of committing a crime. All that data is useless if you do not know how to analyze it.
Seth Stephens-Davidowitz, New York Times bestselling author and information scientist, comprehends that information can play an essential function in challenging standard knowledge and making much better choices. In this episode, he describes how to utilize information analysis to follow the data– wherever it leads.
Later in the show, we talk with Johnny Grant, whose company has launched FOMO Bones, CBD treats for pets.
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