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New software is inspired by algorithms that target online ads or recommend books and movies.
How the inventor of the PalmPilot studied the workings of the human brain to help companies turn a deluge of data into business intelligence.
How scenario planning and forecasting tools can help organizations prepare for the worst—or seize entirely new opportunities.
Software lets a hybrid car learn your habits and optimize its power usage.
To price insurance policies and calculate retirement benefits more accurately, a new breed of life-span modelers is turning to personal data about who you are and how you live your life.
The auction site hopes to expand its market by modeling consumer behavior.
Using sophisticated math and vast amounts of data, predictive analytics software can help forecast and influence purchasing behavior. So why aren’t more companies using it?
In acquiring a maker of wireless education technology, News Corp. may help validate the market for assessment tools.
Understanding where wireless bandwidth demand will come from can keep communication systems from overloading.
Q&A with Icosystem’s Paolo Gaudiano.