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Hi everyone,Given that I'm still a young CI professional, currently studying MSc CI & Strategic Communication in France, I would like to have your opinion on a skill-related question.What are,…Continue
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This is the slide-deck from a presentation I gave in Fall 2012 for SCIP Boston's CIdea Fest. My actual presentation was fail, as I stuttered and stumbled my way through it, projecting a nervous energy that I imagine was uncomfortable to watch. Nevertheless, it was ideas that were supposed to matter – I think some people got it, but it was lost on many.
My aim was to introduce and adapt the paradigm of network-competition to…Continue
"Confidential: Business Secrets, Getting Theirs - Keeping Yours"Continue
Dear colleagues! Please find information materials, which are available March 1, 2013 onthe website of the Research Center of Viktor Voksanaeva. I hope that the material will be useful to all analysts. Sincerely, W. VoksanaevContinue
Have just read the analysis of the 2012 Presidential election that highlights or recognizes that a claim that an Army of Computer Engineers, Mathematicians and Social Scientists (No Statitisticians
are directly identified) claim victory of Big Data. The major factors cited were Survey Research and Microtargeting. What seems missing is the very worse form of Competition - Gamesmanship!