Today on RBDR: 1) Claims that a Twitter-based approach could be a better predictor of elections proved not to be the case in the UK last week. 2) Comcast says it is determined to boost its customer experience assessments and will, apparently, rely on Net Promoter Score as its most important metric. 3) Neurotechnology patents have been granted in stunning numbers since 2010, led by Nielsen and Microsoft.

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