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July-August 2015: Table of Contents

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Building human curiosity into A.I.

By Scott Zoldi
Self-learning models: How neuro-dynamic programming enables smart machines to think ahead.

Predicting patient experience

By Sagar Anisingaraju and Mo Kaushal
Why narrative data is a healthcare goldmine: Four reasons to feel confident about the “consumerization” wave.

Curing what ails healthcare industry

By Charlie Bitzis
Interaction analytics is transforming health insurance: Four key areas where analytics is driving change.

Network analytics for everyone

By Will Towler
From social media to healthcare, more and more fields are turning to network science for greater insight.

Networks vs. fraud: Connecting the dots

By Bart Baesens, Véronique Van Vlasselaer and Wouter Verbeke
Well-constructed analytical models useful in thwarting fraudsters and their complex but revealing patterns.

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What you like in a CEO candidate may not deliver results

Attributes that often get someone hired as CEO may not be the ones that drive success once they are at the helm of the company. That’s one of many provocative insights in a study by consulting firm ghSMART. The study, recently featured in Harvard Business Review, identifies characteristics that differentiate the most effective leaders. Read more →

Paying for online reviews backfires among socially influential

Online user reviews have become an essential tool for consumers who increasingly rely on them to evaluate products and services before purchase. The business models of online review platforms such as Yelp and TripAdvisor and e-commerce sites such as Amazon and Expedia critically depend on them. Should such sites pay users to encourage them to write reviews? Read more →

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