For the 11th time, the SmallDataForum convened – this time to explore questions related to the opportunities and challenges of data in business, the rational and emotional side of decision-making, and the continuing erosion of trust and confidence in the truthfulness of information.
In the latest episode of the #SmallDataForum podcast, we discuss the latest piece of Big News to our usual scrutiny - the lively debate about old vs new media. The growth of social media and the EU Referendum are both huge topics in this episode, listen today!
It's time for the latest podcast in the series, episode 8 of the Small Data Forum. Neville Hobson, Thomas Stoeckle & Sam Knowles partake in an extensive discussion on The Facebook files, machine learning and managing change and the fake news phenomenon.
In their first SDF podcast of 2017, Neville, Sam and Thomas enjoy a wide-ranging conversation that looks at the issues of loss of trust in institutions, fake news and post-truth and ultimately how to tell more compelling stories with better data.
Our latest, Christmas and year-end edition of the Small Data Forum podcast reflects on the production of fake news, influencing google rankings and the promise of augmented intelligence.
The 2016 Olympic games in Rio were labelled the most technologically advanced to date. Episode three of the Small Data Forum podcast discusses how advances in gathering and analysing data are being used to improve athlete performance.
Facts played a key role on both sides of the argument in the EU referendum. The effect of the way facts were being presented and consumed is not yet fully understood. What is clear is that professional, informed predictions – both by pollsters, and bookmakers – failed to get it right.
LexisNexis held The Small Data Forum in London's Hospital Club on Tuesday 17th May, where I had the pleasure and honor to moderate an engaged discussion with Neville Hobson of IBM Social Consulting and Sam Knowles, MD of Insight Agents, a brand storytelling agency.