Behavioral Economics Flashcards - Duke CEH
Do you know all the behavioral biases and heuristics? Do you know the studies that they were founded on? Test yourself with the below flashcards that include over 50 behavioral heuristics.

Flashcard set 1: Download this set first. Learn, memorize and start applying to your business or your personal life!

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Reading Archives | Farnam Street
““In order to read what is good one must make it a condition never to read what is bad”
from twitter
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David Frum (@davidfrum) | Twitter
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Senior Editor, The Atlantic. On Twitter, I speak only for myself.
Joined January 2009
#politics  #expert 
4 days ago
We are an independent, international, strategic design consultancy focused on customers and services. We have the team, method and experience to support large and small scale service transformation, innovation and improvement. We use design, collaboration and research to guide all our projects. We invest in thought leadership through Livework Insight to grow our understanding of human, business and organisational behaviours.
#innovation  #design  #service  #firm  #netherlands  #source 
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The Smarter Screen Surprising Ways to Influence and Improve Online Behavior Shlomo Benartzi Jonah Lehrer 201703
A leading behavioral economist reveals the tools that will improve our decision making on screens

Office workers spend the majority of their waking hours staring at screens. Unfortunately, few of us are aware of the visual biases and behavioral patterns that influence our thinking when we’re on our laptops, iPads, smartphones, or smartwatches. The sheer volume of information and choices available online, combined with the ease of tapping "buy," often make for poor decision making on screens.

In The Smarter Screen, behavioral economist Shlomo Benartzi reveals a tool kit of interventions for the digital age. Using engaging reader exercises and provocative case studies, Benartzi shows how digital designs can influence our decision making on screens in all sorts of surprising ways.

For example:
• You’re more likely to add bacon to your pizza if you order online.
• If you read this book on a screen, you’re less likely to remember its content.
• You might buy an item just because it’s located in a screen hot spot, even if better options are available.
• If you shop using a touch screen, you’ll probably overvalue the product you’re considering.
• You’re more likely to remember a factoid like this one if it’s displayed in an ugly, difficult-to-read font.

Drawing on the latest research on digital nudging, Benartzi reveals how we can create an online world that helps us think better, not worse.
#behavioraleconomics  #digital  #book  #2017 
14 days ago
The Unicorns Backed By FAMGA (Facebook, Apple, Microsoft, Google, Amazon)
“Google is equity investor in 4 unicorns Oscar Health 23andMe Flatiron Health & Clover Health”
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20 days ago
Predictive superpowers: Applying deep learning on mobile sensor data to predict human behavior Sentiance
Applying deep learning on mobile sensor data to predict human behavior
At Sentiance we believe that smart devices, applications and the Internet of Things should work on your behalf, conform to your desires and preempt your needs. We call it the Internet of You. We are building the intelligence and contextual engine to fuel the Internet of You, by analyzing sensor data to recognize behavioral patterns and interpret real-time context.

Our mission is to enable companies not only to be context aware and deliver timely and highly personalized experiences (sense & respond) but also to be one step ahead and proactively provide relevant recommendations by predicting context and preempting needs (predict & engage).

By leveraging smartphone sensor data such as accelerometer, gyroscope and location information, we detect a person’s context on different levels which we call the 6 Ws of context: Who-What-Where-When-How-Why. Although location (Where) and activity detection (What) enable some degree of hyper-targeting, without knowing the user’s complete context including his intent and personality profile, your message may still lack relevance.

Where is the person coming from and where is he going? Knowing the before and after trip activities adds highly relevant contextual insights.

So, predictive analytics is a big thing to us. Our aim is to analyze behavioral patterns based on real-time sensor data and build predictive models that can foresee the future.
#customerjourney  #data  #vendor  #mobile  #sensor  #IoT  #behavioral  #profiling  #Insurtech  #Sentiance 
21 days ago
Best Learning Tools for Those with Short Attention Spans
Best Learning Tools for Those with Short Attention Spans
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“Once we accept our limits, we go beyond them.”
― Albert Einstein
Today’s students are different than any generation before them. They thrive on technology and have extremely short attention spans. Instructors and teachers often struggle to get learners to sit still long enough to get through a complete lesson. Thankfully, more and more learning tools are being designed with tomorrow’s learners in mind. They deliver bite-sized content to students, which holds their attention better and increases learning overall. Below are some of the top learning tools that cater to distracted learners.
#edtech  #content  #learning  #2017 
4 weeks ago
Overcoming Obstacles to Digital Customer Care
Overcoming Obstacles to Digital Customer Care
Featuring Jorge Amar, Associate Partner at McKinsey.
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Providing superior digital customer care, or e-care, can lower costs and increase customer satisfaction. Yet it’s easier said than done.


When customers have issues with a product or service, their options go well beyond a traditional call center. Depending on customer behaviors and what solution is most convenient, consumers can turn to an increasingly complex array of digital channels for service. Each option for digital customer care increases the pressure on companies to provide consistent and superior service.


Companies that excel at digital customer care, or e-care, can earn a big payoff in increased customer satisfaction, while generating savings by cutting back on call center volume.  And while the benefits of digitizing customer care are significant, so is the challenge of developing and implementing an effective and profitable e-care approach.


Join HBR and McKinsey’s Jorge Amar for a live, interactive webinar to explore how to understand customer behavior and design a strategic and detailed implementation program for digital care.
#customersupport  #digital 
4 weeks ago
Georgia Tech launches $1 million retail technology initiative at ATDC 20170519
Georgia Tech launches $1 million retail technology initiative at ATDC
By Péralte Paul | MAY 19, 2017 • ATLANTA, GA

GA Tech Tower
The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), Georgia’s technology incubator, is launching a new initiative for entrepreneurs focused on retail-related technology.

The new program — which comes as the retailing sector faces a torrent of change in consumer behavior — is being funded by a $1 million gift from the Mookerji Foundation to the Georgia Tech Foundation. The new initiative was announced at the 2017 ATDC Startup Showcase.

The Georgia Tech Foundation, in turn, has earmarked the new funds for the formation of the ATDC Retail Program. Founded in 1980, ATDC is a program of the Enterprise Innovation Institute, the Georgia Institute of Technology’s chief economic development arm. ATDC is one of the longest running university-affiliated incubators in the United States.

“We chose Georgia Tech because of its commitment to economic development in Georgia and beyond, its focus on incorporating innovation in economic development, and its legacy of success,” the Mookerji Foundation said in a statement. “ATDC is a world-class technology incubator and is at the forefront of helping entrepreneurs not only build companies, but gives them the tools for long term success.”

The Atlanta-based Mookerji Foundation is dedicated to nurturing and enabling entrepreneurs in metro Atlanta.

The gift will fully fund the retail technology startup initiative for the next five years and support a retail technology expert who will serve as an entrepreneur-in-residence to mentor the startups and offer expertise relating to the field of entrepreneurship.

“The retail landscape has undergone a tumultuous shift in the last few years and retailers — from the national chains and department stores to the mom and pop shops on Main Street — are all looking for innovative technologies that help them remain competitive, stay engaged with their customers, and improve the bottom line,” said Jennifer Bonnett, ATDC’s general manager. “This new focus on retail complements some of our other related focus areas, such as financial technology (FinTech).”

The U.S. retail sector, which is comprised of more than 3.7 million establishments, supports some 42 million jobs with a $2.6 trillion impact on the economy, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF), the industry’s chief trade group.

In Georgia, the retail industry supports 1.2 million jobs, includes more than 120,000 establishments, and adds $75.6 billion a year to the Peach State’s economy, NRF data show.

“This is a very important segment of the Georgia and national economies and an exciting opportunity for Georgia Tech to make an impact and keep to its economic development mission,” said Maryam Alavi, dean and Stephen P. Zelnak Jr. Chair of Georgia Tech’s Ernest Scheller Jr. College of Business.

Alavi and other Scheller officials, as well as representatives of Tech’s Office of Development, collaborated on the effort that led to the Mookerji Foundation’s gift.

The initiative is the second of its kind for ATDC. In March 2015, Worldpay US, a global payments technology and services company, made a $1 million gift to Georgia Tech, which used the funds to launch a FinTech program at ATDC. Since its launch, that effort has reached more than 350 entrepreneurs across the state of Georgia, including 17 FinTech startups in the ATDC Signature and ATDC Accelerate portfolios. To date, those companies in both Signature and Accelerate have raised more than $34 million in outside funding.

About Georgia Tech

The Georgia Institute of Technology is one of the world’s premier research universities. Georgia Tech is a national and international leader in scientific and technological research and education and is the nation’s leading producer of engineers as well as a leading producer of female and minority engineering Ph.D. graduates. Ranked among the top public universities by U.S. News & World Report, the Institute enrolls more than 23,000 students within its six colleges. For additional information, visit

About the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC)

The Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC), a program of the Georgia Institute of Technology, is the state of Georgia’s technology startup incubator. Founded in 1980 by the Georgia General Assembly, which funds it each year, ATDC’s mission is to work with entrepreneurs in Georgia to help them learn, launch, scale, and succeed in the creation of viable, disruptive technology companies. Since its founding, ATDC has grown to become one of the longest running and most successful university-affiliated incubators in the United States, with its graduate startup companies raising nearly $3 billion in investment financing and generating more than $12 billion in revenue in the state of Georgia. For more information, visit
#atdc  #retail  #startups  #vertical  #funding  #gatech  #2017  ATL  startups  retail  technology 
4 weeks ago
SearchInk unleashes enterprise resources with its self-adaptive process machine automation intelligence that improves with every processed dataset.

Founded in 2015, SearchInk is based in Germany with an office in Berlin.
#handwriting  #documents  #ai  #application  #startup  #German  #SearchInk  #2016 
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SearchInk — Unlocking the handwritten past, and present, with machine learning 20161117
SearchInk — Unlocking the handwritten past, and present, with machine learning
Posted Nov 17, 2016 by Mike Butcher (@mikebutcher)

Today, millions — more likely billions — of digitized documents are sitting on servers with little chance of anyone being able to search their contents without physically reading them. To do so would take more lifetimes than any of us will be granted. Why? Because they were handwritten. Type-written documents can be OCR’d, but handwriting remains a fiendishly difficult problem. And I’m talking about hand-written documents both contemporary and historical. Imagine not only being able to unlock that vast historical knowledge but also interrogating handwritten business and legal notes, literally today. This wealth of information is just waiting for the right technology to come along.

That’s exactly what an innovative startup out of Berlin plans to do.

SearchInk, which has combined machine learning with “multi-writer handwriting recognition” and semantic labelling of handwritten documents, has now raised $4.5 million / €4.2 million in seed funding. The investment comes from Berlin-based investment bank IBB Berlin, as well as individual investors (including Michael Schmitt, former Engineering Director at Google Switzerland).

But we’ll have to wait a bit for this magic to appear. Early next year, the company plans to announce both a “new site launch and business partnership,” thus making the technology accessible to audiences for individual use, as well as academia and corporates.

SearchInk’s Handwritten Text Recognition (HTR) technology converts any handwritten text into a machine-readable format. The company claims it can convert illegible writing into words and letters which are recognizable and processable by computers. SearchInk’s algorithm also learns how to understand and analyze a document as a whole, the way a person would, and therefore find relevant content quickly and accurately.
#handwriting  #documents  #ai  #application  #startup  #German 
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Final search frontier: SearchInk is teaching machines to read and understand handwritten documents 20161226
Final search frontier: SearchInk is teaching machines to read and understand handwritten documents

The future may be digital, but so much of our present and past remains trapped in printed forms.

For several years now, Sofie Quidenus has been focused on solving this disconnect by trying to make printed text readable for computers so the knowledge contained within can be captured and searched. Now she has moved on to what is perhaps the most difficult challenge of this puzzle: handwriting.

With so many documents still being printed and filled out by hand, not to mention letters and notes, she feels it’s essential that computers learn how to decipher a form that can be incredibly varied. And, more importantly, computers need to comprehend the context around these written words so they can truly understand the meaning.
#handwriting  #recognition  #documents  #SearchInk  #German  #startup  #2016 
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Georgia Tech IPaT (Institute for People and Technology)
Innovation in media, information, and computing technologies has the potential to transform complex, human-driven enterprises such as healthcare, education, entertainment, business, civic, urban and humanitarian systems. However, influencing these people-intensive systems (aka socio-technical systems) also requires basic and applied research in design, psychology, architecture, policy, and business, and the wherewithal to integrate these insights into transformative approaches, services and tools.

Georgia Tech’s Institute for People and Technology (IPaT) was created in 2011 to embrace these opportunities and needs, to create a networked research ecosystem of Georgia Tech faculty and industry partners, and to amplify their combined thought leadership and on-the-ground results to create positive economic and societal impact in these critical systems that define much of everyday life: how people communicate, learn, heal, make decisions and take care of their communities.
#gatech  #researchinstitute 
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Georgia Tech Startup Ecosystem
Georgia entrepreneurs who want to start their own venture, find funding, or collaborate with a multinational corporation should start at the Enterprise Innovation Institute (EI2), which has several programs and will connect you to the right resources to get you going.

Technology Startups: Start Here

Whether you just have an idea, or you are an established company, as long as you are creating or trying to create new technology in Georgia, you can directly access education, coaching, funding, and office space through EI2's technology incubator, the Advanced Technology Development Center (ATDC).

More Startup Options

Tech Square is home to a thriving entrepreneurial community and several more startup accelerators and incubators designed to launch successful companies — no matter what the industry.
#gatech  #ATL  #startups  #TechSquare  #2017 
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Tech Square @ Georgia Tech
Located in Midtown, Atlanta, Tech Square is a 1.4 million-square-foot bike-friendly, urban mixed-use development encompassing education, research, hospitality, office, retail, and residential areas. It is a destination for startup firms, incubators, established technology firms, major corporate offices, corporate innovation centers, venture capital investors, and business service providers.
#gatech  #techsquare 
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Georgia Tech Innovation Ecosystem
Georgia Tech fuels economic development by playing a major role in the region's innovation ecosystem: a network of established companies, startups, public- and private-sector organizations, and the University System of Georgia, all working together to spur innovation, develop new technologies, and expand job opportunities.

The main hub of the innovation ecosystem is Technology Square in Midtown, Atlanta. It's here that many of Georgia Tech's collaborative partners tap into the Institute's expertise, students, faculty, and researchers to transfer ideas and technology from labs to the marketplace; top-ranking incubation and accelerator programs attract entrepreneurs and startups; and academic programs instill entrepreneurial confidence in students and learners of all types.
#gatech  #innovation  #ATDC 
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Georgia Tech
Located in Atlanta, Georgia, the Georgia Institute of Technology is a leading research university committed to improving the human condition through advanced science and technology.

As a leading technological university, Georgia Tech has more than 100 centers focused on interdisciplinary research that consistently contribute vital research and innovation to American government, industry, and business.

There is no doubt that Georgia Tech stands out as a distinctively different kind of university, one that is eagerly encouraging and developing the revolutionary technologies of the 21st century.

Equipped with the extremely rich resources of an outstanding student body and faculty; strong partnerships with business, industry, and government; and support from alumni and friends, Georgia Tech is designing a future of global preeminence, leadership, and service.

Ranked as the #7 best public university, Georgia Tech provides a focused, technologically based education to more than 21,500 undergraduate and graduate students.
Georgia Tech has many nationally recognized programs, all top-ranked by peers and publications alike, and is ranked in the nation’s top 10 public universities by U.S. News and World Report.
Degrees are offered through the colleges of Design, Computing, Engineering, Sciences, the Scheller College of Business, and the Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts.
The strong academic work ethic at Tech is balanced by a collegiate atmosphere incorporating both intercollegiate and intramural sports, campus traditions, and some 400 student organizations.
Alongside their academic achievements, Tech students are also active in the community, earning a well-rounded education through community service activities.
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Georgia Tech GTRI (Georgia Tech Research Institute)
The Georgia Tech Research Institute is a highly-regarded applied research and development organization. Each day, GTRI’s science and engineering expertise is used to solve some of the toughest problems facing government and industry across the nation and around the globe.

GTRI redefines innovation by tackling customers’ most complex challenges with the right mix of expertise, creativity and practicality. Our expert scientists and engineers turn ideas into workable solutions and then put those solutions into action. GTRI has 76 active US Letters Patents, 43 pending US patent applications and 15 pending provisional applications in the United States.

We have been a trusted government and industry partner since 1934. As a non-profit research institute, we team with our customers and attack their problems with passion and objectivity.

GTRI is an integral part of the Georgia Institute of Technology (Georgia Tech). GTRI is a tremendous contributor to, and supporter of, Georgia Tech's mission to define the technological research university of the 21st century and educate the leaders of a technologically driven world.

GTRI's strong bond with Georgia Tech, and its academic units, opens the door to the vast intellectual resources of one of America’s leading research universities and provides unparalleled access to the world's leading problem solvers.
#gatech  #researchinstitute  #contractresearch  #2017 
4 weeks ago
Georgia Tech Institute for Information Security & Privacy
The Institute for Information Security & Privacy (IISP) at Georgia Tech is as an international leader in researching, developing, and disseminating technical solutions and policy about cybersecurity and privacy. We assemble strong, innovative, multi-disciplinary teams to address contemporary and future cybersecurity or privacy challenges faced by government, industry and individuals. Our graduates become leaders in government, scientific, industry and entrepreneurial communities.

The Institute for Information Security & Privacy will identify and address the grand challenges in cybersecurity and privacy. We will educate and train students and professionals through degree and life-long learning programs. We will engage the government, industry and the general public on cybersecurity and privacy issues, and transfer results into deployable technologies.

Strategic Goals
To become the world’s premier academic research center in cybersecurity and privacy, addressing the major technical and policy challenges.

To educate and train the future leaders of cybersecurity and privacy in academia, government, and industry.

To become the first choice for the government, industry, and public media in need of innovative research, technical insights, and policy guidance about cybersecurity and privacy.

To be a catalyst of the information security industry in Georgia through joint research projects with companies as well as successful start-up companies by Georgia Tech faculty members and graduates.
#gatech  #researchinstitute 
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How P&G and American Express Are Approaching AI Tom Davenport Randy Bean 20170331
How P&G and American Express Are Approaching AI
Thomas H. DavenportRandy Bean
MARCH 31, 2017

There is a tendency with any new technology to believe that it requires new management approaches, new organizational structures, and entirely new personnel. That impression is widespread with cognitive technologies — which comprises a range of approaches in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning, and deep learning. Some have argued for the creation of “chief cognitive officer” roles, and certainly many firms are rushing to hire experts with deep learning expertise. “New and different” is the ethos of the day.

But we believe that successful firms can treat cognitive technologies as an opportunity to evolve or grow from previous work. For firms that have been producing results with big data analytics, machine learning isn’t too much of a stretch. If firms had previous experience with expert systems, they are familiar with some of the necessary organizational and process changes arising from contemporary cognitive tools. These firms are likely to have already established the organizational structures needed to nurture and spread new technologies and business approaches. And they have well-honed approaches for developing the requisite new skills in employees.
#analytics  #casestudy  #TomDavenport  #HBR  #2017 
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Noah Castelo (@n_castelo) | Twitter
Noah Castelo
PhD student in behavioural marketing at Columbia

New York
Joined August 2011
#academic  #behavioraleconomics  #Columbia  #MSI  #Twitter 
5 weeks ago
TechSAge Design Competition
The TechSAge Design Competition seeks to inspire talented designers to develop innovative technology-enabled design solutions for the aging population. The TechSAge Design Competition is organized by the TechSAge Research Engineering Rehabilitation Center (RERC) and sponsored by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living and Rehabilitation Research (NIDILRR) at the Georgia Institute of Technology.

This competition is framed within the mission of the RERC TechSAge, as follows:

To support people with chronic conditions and long-term impairments who are at risk of disability or increased disability due to comorbid age-related losses;
By empowering these individuals to sustain independence; maintain health; engage safely in basic activities at home and in the community; and fully participate in society;
Through increasing knowledge about, availability of, and access to effective, universally-designed technologies.
Why a competition? A competition can be an effective way to tap into a rich, diverse and collective design intelligence to address the current needs of our older adults. There is a need to identify excellence in design for aging to educate and encourage communities of interest to solve the problems the aging population face.

The TechSAge Design Competition categories are:

Proposing designed technology solutions for the home environment that support health and healthy activities in support to the healthcare system.

Proposing designed technology solutions to encourage communication, connectedness with people and social activities.

Proposing designed technology solutions to promote physical and cognitive activities, and how activities can promote healthy lifestyles.

Proposing designed technology solutions to facilitate access to activities and/or locations.

The TechSAge Design Competition focuses on inspiring innovative technology-enabled design solutions for the aging population and evaluate entry submissions that promote the following:

Proposing products and/or systems to empower older adults to take action in their lives. The goal is to overcome the concept of “taking care of” or “doing things for” and enabling older adults to take initiative, take care of and do things for their lives.

Proposing products and/or systems to build intergenerational, supported and connected communities. The goal is to develop bottom-up approaches across generations that can help older adults have access to a community of care.

Proposing products and/or systems to have a successful effect and longevity in the aging population. The goal is to develop solutions that are feasible for implementation in the near future and more importantly, sustainable from the point of view of self-maintaining.

Proposing products and/or systems that are forward thinking and enablers. The goal is to celebrate the aging populating with creative, attractive and pervasive solutions that avoid physical, visual or experiential segregation.

Proposing products and/or systems that allow positive growth. The goal is to develop solutions that grow with the aging population and inspire them to do more and be more.

TechSAge Design Competition is a two-phase competition. Phase I selects finalists for phase II. Up to four (4) finalists will be selected in each category to move onto Phase II of the competition. In Phase II, finalists will compete to win their category and receive a cash prize of $500 (4 awards, 1 for each category). Of the 4 category winners, the top scoring submission will be awarded the “First Place Prize” and will receive an additional cash prize of $500 (total of $1000).

$500 for each category winner (4)

Overall winner “First Place Prize” receives an additional $500 on top of their category win

Click here for more information about the TechSAge Design Competition 2017 Rules and Regulations.

Click here for more information about the RERC TechSAge.

RERC TechSAge research is funded by the Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Community Living (National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research, 90RE5016-01-00).
#GaTech  #healthcare  #aging  #researchinstitute  #competition  #2017 
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GT-RNOC (@gtrnoc) | Twitter
GT-RNOC is a research center at the Georgia Institute of Technology specializing in End-to-End Mobile & Converged Application and Service Development

Atlanta, GA
Joined October 2009
#GaTech  #researchcenter  #lab  #mobile  #digital  #app  #HCI  #IPaT  #Twitter 
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How This Guy Grew 6 Million Dollar Companies Before Turning 35
Here are David Cummings' 4 controversial moves to making million dollar companies
#ATL  #startups  #thoughtleaders  #DavidCummings 
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MobiHealthNews (@MobiHealthNews) | Twitter
Leading news source in the mobile and digital health community. Covering #mhealth #digitalhealth #healthapps. Subscribe here

Cambridge, MA
Joined January 2010
#healthcare  #news  #source  #Twitter 
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Christine Lemke (@cklemke) | Twitter
Christine Lemke
Co-founder & President, @evidation @achievemints

California, USA
Joined March 2008
#healthcare  #startup  #expert  #Evidation  #Twitter 
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Narrative Science | Natural Language Generation Technology
How the futuregets written
Narrative Science is humanizing data like never before, with technology that interprets your data, then transforms it into Intelligent Narratives at unprecedented speed and scale. With Narrative Science, your data becomes actionable—a powerful asset you can use to make better decisions, improve interactions with customers and empower your employees.
Write a better future for your business with Quill.
#ai  #nlg  #NarrativeScience  #speech 
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KenSci Risk Prediction Platform for Healthcare
KenSci's healthcare data platform and machine learning-powered applications are built collaboratively with practicing physicians, data scientists, machine learning developers and computing and biomedical researchers. KenSci is engineered to predict clinical risk, financial risk and operational risk, enabling health systems to transition to value-based care. Company (Alive / Active) All investors data4 Investors Ignition Partners Microsoft Ventures Accelerator Mindset Ventures Osage University Partners
#healthcare  #ai  #startup 
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reenome is a health technology company bringing accurate, accessible and non-invasive disease screenings to patients and their doctors to proactively treat cancer and other diseases at their most manageable stages. Company (Alive / Active)
AME Cloud Ventures
Allen & Company
Andreessen Horowitz
Asset Management Ventures
831-704-6883 201 Gateway Boulevard South San Francisco
#healthcare  #ai  #startup 
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“Doctor On Demand launches 'in app' lab testing referrals”
frictionless  mhealth  from twitter
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Simon Clatworthy

Simon is professor of interaction design at AHO and is responsible for the area of Service Design at the school.

Simon started working with interaction design using participatory design methods for the design of  control rooms in 1983. Since then his work has swung between research and professional consultancy. He built and led a successful multidisciplinary team at Telenor that developed future business concepts for mobile services and interactive TV. He has led a large Nordic ICT consultancy, run his own company and been in a start-up.

His research interests stem from his MBA in Design Management, and have very much focussed upon the role of design at the strategic and tactical levels of an organisation. His focus during the past years has been upon enabling organisations to create value from incorporating design into the innovation process. More recently he has started to focus upon how organisations should change such that they can better develop and support the delivery of memorable customer experiences. This bridges multiple disciplines from marketing, organisational design, change management and service design.

Simon is responsible for AHOs participation in the Centre for Service Innovation (CSI) and leads one of the major themes; Brand and Customer Experience.

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"Overview of the AHCA vote happening today in Congress"
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High-risk pools won't match Obamacare's protections for pre-existing conditions - May. 3, 2017
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“What if you purchased a car the same way you would if visiting the doctor? ”
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AI Is About To Go Mainstream And Reshape The Workplace Michael Yamnitsky TechCrunch 20150929
(Michael Yamnitsky 20150929)
Much like the evolution of systems design, IT-enabled process change ebbs and flows over time. We see this in history as each technology revolution brings with it a refactoring of business operations.

With the rise of client/server computing in the 1980s, and the introduction of database servers and visual development tools like PowerBuilder, “business process re-engineering” became all the craze during the 1990s.

By 1993, 60 percent of the Fortune 500 developed IT systems to automate mundane tasks like insurance claims processing or AP invoice/purchase order reconciliation, channeling the mandate of technology-led business transformation in Michael Hammer’s infamous 1990 HBR article, “Don’t Automate, Obliterate.”
Twenty-odd years later, we’re about to see another “flow” of transformation thanks to resurgent interest in artificial intelligence and the emergence of the AI-powered business application. What’s different this time around is the transformation will be driven bottom up by rank-and-file employees, making it potentially more disruptive than any “flow” of process change that came before.
#ai  y2015  #MYamnitsky 
8 weeks ago
Corstrata - Wound Care Management Experts
We bring the wound care management solution to the patient, anywhere. From hospital to home and everywhere in between. Our experienced, board certified wound care clinicians work with healthcare providers, payers, and patients to provide best in class wound care at a lower cost.
From our advisory board to our certified wound care experts, we’re an organization composed of thought leaders in the wound care mangement industry. We’re devoted to leveraging our knowledge in order to deliver maximum benefit to patients, providers, and payers.
50% decrease in home visits for medicare patients
30% decrease in wound care supply cost
30% reduction in wound care healing time
#healthcare  #home  #patient  #caremanagement  #outcomes  #readmission  #ATDC  #startup 
9 weeks ago
RT : is never more crucial than post-discharge, when a patient is responsible for their own care.…
PatientEngagement  from twitter
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Deep Learning Demystified - Nvidia Webinar
Deep Learning Demystified
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is solving problems that seemed well beyond our reach just a few years back. Using deep learning, the fastest growing segment of AI, computers are now able to learn and recognize patterns from data that were considered too complex for expert written software. Today, deep learning is transforming every industry, including automotive, healthcare, retail and financial services.

This introduction to deep learning will explore key fundamentals and opportunities, as well as current challenges and how to address them.  

Highlights include:
Demystifying Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning
Key challenges organizations face in adopting this new approach
How GPU deep learning and software, along with training resources, can deliver breakthrough results
#ai  #deeplearning  #webinar  #Nvidia  #2017 
9 weeks ago
Mobile’s Hierarchy of Needs, comScore, April 2017
Mobile’s Hierarchy of Needs
Ben Martin
Director, International Marketing Insights
The concept of ‘mobile first’ is no longer exclusive to technology-focused businesses and consumers, but is the default position for a growing number of internet users, who now consider smartphones and tablets essential to their daily lives.

In this report, we examine key mobile behaviours that have propelled it to a primary platform, using 9 global markets (USA, Canada, UK, Spain, Italy, Brazil, Mexico, China and Indonesia) to demonstrate pockets of intense usage within a mobile hierarchy of needs.

Key topics covered in this report include:

Mobile devices and apps’ dominant share of total digital time
How demographics behave differently in mobile consumption and how they divide time and activities between platforms
Which aspects of key content categories receive especially ‘mobile first’ behaviours, including Retail, Social Networking, News, Banking and Travel
Audiences and engagement for key global apps
How international markets have evolved mobile usage based on local needs (e.g. the dominance of messaging apps outside the US)
Challenges and opportunities for the continued growth of mobile platforms
To learn more about how comScore can help you succeed in a mobile-first world, please contact us or visit here.
#mobile  #report  #comscore 
9 weeks ago
Location-based Marketing in Retail, eMarketer Roundup, .04.2017
Download to learn:

Where retailers can place location-based digital ads with offline objectives

Why technologies like geolocation and customer ID still need work

How beacons can play a role in store perimeter marketing

How Bloomingdale’s and Snapchat are getting shoppers to the shelves
#location  #marketing  #retail 
9 weeks ago
Burger King ‘O.K. Google’ Ad Doesn’t Seem O.K. With Google - The New York Times
Google appeared to stymie a marketing stunt on Wednesday by Burger King, which had introduced a television ad intended to prompt voice-activated Google devices to describe its burgers.

A video from a Burger King marketing agency showed the plan in action: “You’re watching a 15-second Burger King ad, which is unfortunately not enough time to explain all the fresh ingredients in the Whopper sandwich,” the actor in the commercial said. “But I got an idea. O.K. Google, what is the Whopper burger?”

Prompted by the phrase “O.K. Google,” the Google Home device beside the TV in the video lit up, searched the phrase on Wikipedia and stated the ingredients.

But within hours of the ad’s release — and humorous edits to the Whopper Wikipedia page by mischievous users — tests from The Verge and BuzzFeed showed that the commercial had stopped activating the device.
10 weeks ago
“How Behavioral Economics Can (and Can’t) Boost Health”
behavioraleconomics  healthcare  from twitter
10 weeks ago
CHIBE (Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics)
Drawing on the expertise of faculty from across the University of Pennsylvania, the Center for Health Incentives and Behavioral Economics (CHIBE) conducts behavioral economics research aimed at reducing the disease burden from major U.S. public health problems. As part of the Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, our mission is to inform health policy, improve healthcare delivery and increase healthy behavior
#be  #academic  #research  #center  #healthcare  #patient  #behavior  #UPenn 
10 weeks ago
"Everyone is too busy" is not a prioritization strategy
RT : "Everyone is too busy" is not a prioritization strategy. -
from twitter
11 weeks ago
Sumnotes - Summarize PDF highlights and notes
Extract highlights and images
Save yourself a headache of searching for a tool to extract annotations and images from your PDF materials. Sumnotes is the only simple, yet robust solution to scrape PDF books, lecture notes or research papers, helping you to focus on what matters to you.

We are confident, that with Sumnotes you will be able to organize your work more effectively and much faster than before.
#pdf  #software  #extract  #text 
11 weeks ago
dtSearch – Text Retrieval / Full Text Search Engine
nstantly Search Terabytes of Text

Includes Document Filters

• The dtSearch product line can instantly search terabytes of text across a desktop, network, Internet or Intranet site.

• dtSearch products also serve as tools for publishing, with instant text searching, large data collections to Web sites or portable media.

• Developers can embed dtSearch’s instant searching and file format support into their own applications.

dtSearch document filters support a broad range of data

• Supports MS Office through current versions (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, OneNote)

• Supports other “Office” suite formats, compression formats (RAR, ZIP, GZIP, TAR), PDF (including many encrypted PDFs), and PDF Portfolio

• Supports Exchange, Outlook, Thunderbird and other popular email types, including multilevel nested attachments

• Spider supports public and secure web data (HTML, XML/XSL, PDF, ASP.NET, CMS, PHP, SharePoint, etc.)

• APIs for SQL and NoSQL backend databases, including BLOB data

25+ full-text and fielded data search options

• Easy multicolor hit-highlighting search options

• Federated searching and other basic search options

• Special forensics search options (new option in beta)

• Faceted searching and other advanced data classification (through the dtSearch Engine APIs)

APIs for C++, Java and .NET

• Includes native 64-bit versions
• Developer articles (on faceted search, Azure, SQL, etc.)
• Document filters "only" licenses available

The Smart Choice for Text Retrieval® since 1991
#search  #software 
11 weeks ago
Joshua Zerkel (@joshuazerkel) | Twitter
Joshua Zerkel
Director of Community and Training @Evernote (#EvernoteCommunity), Certified Pro Organizer, author of ªª ºº. Living one burger at a time.

San Francisco, CA
Joined March 2009
#twitter  #evernote  #expert 
11 weeks ago
CIC (Convergence Innovation Competition) - Ga. Tech, April 11
The Convergence Innovation Competition (CIC) is a semi-annual competition that encourages students to create innovative, viable products and experiences. The Fall CIC is campus-focused and the categories are determined by our campus partners. Meanwhile, the categories of the Spring CIC are determined by our industry partners. Winning entries will include a working end-to-end prototype which operates on converged services, media, networks, services, and platforms. CIC winners go on to commercialization, other competitions, as well as internship and job opportunities strengthened by their competition experience. CIC is an annual event produced by GT-RNOC and the Institute for People and Technology (IPaT).
11 weeks ago
“Comcast to launch Xfinity Mobile on Verizon network”
competition  cable  mobile  from twitter
11 weeks ago
“What Can Really Do for ” See esp. Patient-generated data
Health  Data  Care  from twitter
march 2017
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