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Techcrunch Interviews: Infinite Analytics Can they Predict What you Will Buy Next?

Techcrunch Interviews Infinite Analytics Can they Predict What you Will Buy Next

If you want to work in the future today then this media job at Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics could be for you.  Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics enables their cus­tomers to use their eCom­merce data to pre­dict con­sumer behav­ior and per­son­al­ize expe­ri­ences. Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics uti­lizes machine learn­ing, nat­ur­al lan­guage pro­cess­ing, ran­dom for­est mod­el­ing, image recog­ni­tion, and seman­tic tech­nolo­gies to dri­ve increased sales and con­ver­sions on client sites. The secret sauce is match­ing indi­vid­u­al’s pro­files to prod­uct pro­files, which they call genomes.  In essence Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics is learn­ing every­thing about the peo­ple that buy spe­cif­ic prod­ucts and match­ing that infor­ma­tion with the deep pro­files they devel­op of your web­site vis­i­tors. We spoke with Arjun Mend­hi, the Direc­tor of Prod­ucts for Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics, who talked about all the great MIT minds that are at work find­ing ways to max­i­mize sales from ecom­merce stores. But isn’t all this per­son­al­iza­tion bias­ing the results?  Only show­ing your prod­ucts you’re most like­ly to buy vs let­ting you explore the prod­ucts?  Arjun explains how it all works to Roy Weiss­man of Media Jobs:     Roy: This is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com, and we’re talk­ing with Arjun Mend­hi, the Direc­tor of Prod­ucts for Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics.   Arjun, tell us, what is Infi­nite Ana­lyt­ics?…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Laugh.ly The Digital Comedy Play

Media Jobs Laugh.ly The Digital Comedy Play

Dave Scott got the idea for Laugh.ly after spend­ing a year doing stand up com­e­dy.  He real­ized how much every­one loves a good laugh and he thought he could be the first one to laugh all the way to the bank for the right rea­sons.  Scott says that 50 mil­lion tick­ets were sold to com­e­dy clubs in 2015 and believes that is an indi­ca­tor of the poten­tial for his busi­ness. With a sim­i­lar busi­ness mod­el to Spo­ti­fy, a freemi­um option with com­mer­cials and a $7.99 per month option sans com­mer­cials, Laugh.ly will be both an app and a web­site. But com­e­dy is all about con­text and Dave explains how he will cat­a­log, archive and present his humor in a way that will keep you laugh­ing.  Lis­ten in as Roy Weiss­man of Media Jobs inter­views Dave.     Roy: This is Roy Weiss­man from Mediajobs.com. We’re talk­ing with Dave Scott, the CEO of Laugh.ly. Dave: The rea­son I start­ed Laugh.ly was because I actu­al­ly did stand-up com­e­dy for a year. After I sold my last com­pa­ny, I did open mics and then worked my way up to big head­lin­ers and I real­ized how much peo­ple love com­e­dy. In fact, of the 160…

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Techcrunch Interviews: Timelooper takes You Back in Time

Timelooper media jobs

If you’re look­ing for a vir­tu­al real­i­ty media job and you are a his­to­ry buff then Timeloop­er could be the place for you. Trav­el back 750 years of more using this new mobile app from Timeloop­er.  Timeloop­er is a loca­tion based vir­tu­al real­i­ty mobile appli­ca­tion cre­at­ed to pro­vide more dimen­sions to your trav­el.  In the UK expe­ri­ence the Ger­man bombers from World War 2 or wit­ness the great fire of Lon­don. Vir­tu­al Real­i­ty tech­nol­o­gy seems to be devel­op­ing faster than the pro­gram­ming for it.  Timeloop­er makes deals with loca­tions and venues to bring their sto­ries to life.    The mon­e­ti­za­tion is obvi­ous.  You’ve got to pay to play but the pos­si­bil­i­ties are end­less. While the Timeloop­er folks are look­ing for­ward to putting togeth­er part­ner­ships with the great his­toric land­marks from around the world, I see the oppor­tu­ni­ty to be much larg­er.  Imag­ing going to a loca­tion in New York, Los Ange­les or any­where and being able to expe­ri­ence the the great fire of Lon­don or the colonists land­ing at Bat­tery Park in New York. Cur­rent­ly avail­able at some loca­tions in Lon­don, Timeloop­er is expect­ed to open in New York in 2016. I was able to talk with Alper Ozyurtlu, the Chief…

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The Techcrunch Interviews: FuseMachines Artificial Intelligence Lead Machine

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The arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence lead machine has arrived!   The name of the lead mas­ter is Fusema­chines and Sameer Maskey is the Founder and CEO and his team have been devel­op­ing the soft­ware that applies Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence, Nat­ur­al Lan­guage Pro­cess­ing and Machine Learn­ing to the process of lead gen­er­a­tion for B2B com­pa­nies. At Media Jobs we are always inter­est­ed in find­ing the most inno­v­a­tive com­pa­nies where you might want to work.  The big talk today is about Arti­fi­cial Intel­li­gence and today we’re talk­ing with a com­pa­ny that is using the tech­nol­o­gy to dri­ve more sales. Its tak­en 3 PHD’s and 30 engi­neers to cre­ate SAM, the name they are call­ing their AI sys­tem.  But it gets bet­ter.  SAM inter­acts with humans through emails, mobile apps and sales soft­ware and learns from user behav­ior to per­form some of the same tasks auto­mat­i­cal­ly. SAM learns and improves itself every­day! Today, with a staff of 80 the com­pa­ny is blaz­ing a trail to take the pain out of lead gen so that us humans can focus more on cash gen­er­a­tion then lead gen­er­a­tion.  If you like what you hear check out some of the jobs avail­able now at Fusema­chines. In this pod­cast I speak with Alex Roeskestad from Fusema­chines…

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The Techcrunch Interviews: Talkitt: Giving Disabled People a Voice

The Techcrunch Interviews: Talkitt: Giving Disabled People a Voice

At Media Jobs we like to bring you the most inno­v­a­tive com­pa­nies.  In this inter­view we will learn about a dis­abil­i­ty inno­va­tion from a new com­pa­ny that could help dis­abled peo­ple regain their voice. About 1.5% of peo­ple in the West­ern World have some form of com­mu­ni­ca­tions lim­i­ta­tions due to med­ical con­di­tions includ­ing Motor Neu­rone Dis­ease, Cere­bral Pal­sy, Stroke, Brain Dam­age and Autism. Cur­rent “talk” solu­tions uti­lize body move­ments how­ev­er they do not tru­ly enable the indi­vid­u­als to actu­al­ly speak.   Talkitt is unique in that it is an inex­pen­sive smart phone app that will use the users own voice to com­mu­ni­cate. Imag­ine hav­ing some­thing to say but no way to com­mu­ni­cate it.  Talkitt’s Chief Exec­u­tive (CEO) Dan­ny Weiss­berg came up with the idea in Israel back in 2012 after his grand­moth­er had a stroke that severe­ly impaired her speech. We spoke with Talkit­t’s US head of Busi­ness Devel­op­ment, Sara Smol­ley to learn more about this yet to be released prod­uct.   Roy: This is Roy Weiss­man from MediaJobs.com. We’re talk­ing with Sara Smol­ley from Voiceitt.   You have a prod­uct called Talkitt. What is Talkitt? What was the rea­son for cre­at­ing it? What prob­lems are we solv­ing.   Sara: Talkitt is…

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