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Media coverage: KPMG Data Observatory and Data… Media coverage: KPMG Data Observatory and Data…

Featured article 25th May 2017

Inside Europe’s biggest data visualisation laboratory Appearing on the front page of the Financial Times on-line edition, this … Read More

Can big data predict the outcome of… Can big data predict the outcome of…

5th April 2017

Dr Julio Amador, Research Associate at Imperial College Business School, looks at how big data was used to … Read More

Can we build a culture of innovation… Can we build a culture of innovation…

27th March 2017

Dr Marisa Miraldo, Associate Professor in Health Economics at Imperial College Business School, discusses ways to accelerate innovation … Read More

Napoleon’s invasion of an analytic world Napoleon’s invasion of an analytic world

20th March 2017

How traditional analytical techniques can help to make sense of the data revolution Although  Napoleon’s invasion of Russia … Read More

Intangible investments, tangible results Intangible investments, tangible results

20th February 2017

Investing into things that do not physically exist may sound strange, but Professor Jonathan Haskel can convince you otherwise. He … Read More

Energy Analytics in the Age of Renewable… Energy Analytics in the Age of Renewable…

2nd February 2017

Hydropower is becoming a prevalent source of electricity, accounting for 70% of renewable energy production and providing for … Read More

Trump supporters make biggest impact on Twitter Trump supporters make biggest impact on Twitter

23rd January 2017

Twitter users who backed Donald Trump were more likely to reach out to others with opposing viewpoints, says an Imperial … Read More

Forecasting frustration: how text analytics is changing… Forecasting frustration: how text analytics is changing…

8th December 2016

The number of channels for interacting with customers is proliferating. Staying on top of thousands of tweets, likes, referrals and … Read More

How did a computer play a human… How did a computer play a human…

28th November 2016

11th May 1997, IBM’s deep blue beat Gary Kasparov; it was a long held belief that machines were … Read More
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