Call For A Consumer “Algorithmic Bill of Rights” | RBDR

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March 19, 2019

Today on RBDR: As algorithms become ubiquitous throughout data collection, analysis and information implementation, Kartik Hosanagar, a Wharton School academic, strenuously argues that consumers using and impacted by them need to be protected. He proposes an Algorithmic Bill of Rights. (Link to article: https://www.fastcompany.com/90317658/we-need-an-algorithmic-bill-of-rights)

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What 57% of Researchers Do Wrong | RBDR

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August 23, 2018. Today on RBDR:

What are 57% of marketers doing wrong as they crunch their data? A Wharton School study claims that 57% of marketers are “p-hacking,” which is throwing off their results and potentially costing companies money from wrong results that occur due to p-hacking.

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Who are buyers’ “micro-influencers”? Introducing “Tone of Voice” research. (RBDR 04.28.2016)

Today on RBDR:

1) Defining “Micro-Influencers” and their real, credible impact in driving buying decisions.

2) Introducing the new brand/research phrase “Tone of Voice,” what it is, what it provides and the great impact it has had on several major companies that have implemented it – and at a very reasonable cost!

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MR U.S. hiring trends. Big Data’s usefulness. Cruz campaign pollster. (RBDR 4.13.2015)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Reeve & Associates’ Phil Reeve fills us in on the state of market research hiring during Q1 2015.

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2) Hess Consulting Principal Michael Hess summarizes last week’s presentation about Big Data at the Wharton School.

3) The Ted Cruz for President campaign hires its pollster.

Engagement is situational; Can you target TOO strongly? (RBDR–4/29/2014)

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Today on RBDR: 1) Engagement is on every digital marketers’ mind, and two new studies shed light on the best social media platforms that achieve it. 2) Can a marketers target too strongly, Yes, says a study conducted by researchers at Dartmouth, the Wharton School at the University of PA and New York University–and they explain how and why it can occur.