Qualtrics: Documenting AI’s Widespread MR Impact | RBDR

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April 24, 2019

Today on RBDR: Artificial Intelligence has gained more of a foothold inside corporate research/insights functions than any other company departments. AI’s impact is so deep and expansive with research that Qualtrics execs in North America and Europe decided to blog “10 Ways AI Can Help Market Researchers Succeed” five months apart.

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A Dealer’s Satisfaction Survey Will Drive Future Bias / RBDR

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April 3, 2019

Today on RBDR: Bob Lederer’s personal brush with a car dealer survey left him feeling very guilty about what happened to the service department executive who helped him and leaning towards not telling the full truth in future satisfaction surveys from that dealer…better stated as “bias.”

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Fleeting respondent memories, and what we know about them. (RBDR 07.12.2016)

Today on RBDR: A discussion about the long-assumed fallibilities with respondents’ memories, and the latest learnings in this field of study.

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Joel Benenson disagrees but knows why 3/4 of U.S. “thinks” polls are biased; Many tweeters unknowingly reveal their physical location (RBDR–9/12/13)

Today: 1) Benenson Strategy Group President Joel Benenson (Obama’s pollster and advisor in his two presidential campaigns) responds to some of the results from Kantar’s survey that shows Americans think polling is biased.  2) A USC graduate student, Chris Weidemann, studied Twitter and he concluded that 20% of tweets inadvertently release the user’s physical location. He also developed an app that can detect tweeters’ locations.

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