This week: Nobel interventions, now I see you, and cost per ‘gram.
In this podcast, we talk with Professor Alan Dennis about the fake news phenomenon.
Personal data is sold, bought and traded among companies all the time. But what if the companies profiting from your data had to pay you a share of that earning?
This week: fixing the web, the farmer wants a bot, and big gigs and solar in the rain in other news.
Facebook patents an algorithm that determines social status: your class is its business.
Strava snafu exposes the risk of big data.
The economics of fashion on show at Davos and it ain’t pretty.
This week: Instagram is loving nature to death and a recap of last year’s Instagram stories.
As philanthropists consider their options regarding what social needs to support, or continue to support, the more successful not-for-profits use marketing to help them decide.
This week: privacy (what privacy?), mind control games, and boring innovation.