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Narrative Science Why You Want to Work Here– Can the Computer Write Stories Better Than You?

Why You Want to Work at Narrative Science

Narrative Science is at the forefront of computer automation.  At Media Jobs we have brought you numerous stories discussing how data visualization is all the rage right now and will be into the foreseeable future, and for good reason. The vast amount of data being generated and collected every second of every day on every possible topic is almost useless without a good way to analyze it and present it in an understandable way. And they were all written by humans. But in certain situations, those charts, graphs, and other unique visualization tools still aren’t the best way to transfer information to people. Sometimes a concise and information-packed story is the most pleasing and understandable way to absorb information, and that’s where Narrative Science excels, no humans required. Tell Me About The Narrative Science Game If you ask Google or Siri or Cortana this question (which is actually a statement, I guess), you’ll probably get a final score – assuming that you specify the game you’re referring to, of course. But software developed by Chicago-based Narrative Science doesn’t wait for you to ask. Instead, it collects the relevant information about the game and writes a summary in paragraphs we’re used to…

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Data Analysts are Needed In New York

data analyst jobs in new york city

Data analysts perform a variety of tasks related to collecting, organizing, and interpreting statistical information. The precise nature of the job varies somewhat from profession to profession, as an analyst working for a hospital would necessarily focus on different things than would someone working for a department store or a supermarket chain. In any capacity, though, people with this job look for ways of assigning numerical values to different business functions, and are responsible for identifying efficiencies, problem areas, and possible improvements. Information Compilation One of the most important things any data analyst does is collect, sort, and study different sets of information. This can look really different in different settings, but is usually related to nailing down a fixed value to some process or function so that it can be assessed and compared over time. A grocery store might want an analyst to collect all the hours that certain employees work along with profit margins for certain days, weeks, or even hours, for instance; an Internet business might want to see hard numbers on where customers are coming from, how much they are spending on purchases, and whether deals like free shipping have any bearing on overall profits. Ad…

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How Can Big Data add $7 Billion to the Music business?

Big Data is not the name of a Musical Artist, but it could change Music forever.

Ever thought about repairing the catastrophe that music is today with Big Data? Music is the most social of all our media options with huge loyalty and penetration. Music has the power to connect the world and big data could unlock that potential. If realtors can hook up with lifestyle brands and architects, why couldn’t brands find a way to team up with music and musicians? The partnering possibilities are limitless. When you really think about data monetization, the music industry could explode! What music is lacking is the diverse revenue opportunities beyond pure consumer models like subscription and sales. According to the RIAA, in 2003 the music industry was at $13 billion, currently it is below $7 billion, that’s a major sea change! The failure is the lack of Big Data usage. Pay revenue models like CDs and iTunes is a shrinking market and the consistent bickering about royalties is stamping out their ability to see the big picture. Subscription models can’t possibly be sustainable as a compensation method for music producers, signed or independent. Nielsen discovered that labels which choose to remove an artist from streaming services may squeeze out eight percent in extra sales, but are causing…

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