Tagged With Big Data

Secretive data-miner Palantir could fetch a $22 billion price-tag at its market debut next week, WSJ says


I'm a sociologist who studies how police use data. Relying on algorithms can further bias and inequality — but it doesn't have to be that way.


Right now, the hottest economic battles are over the minimum wage and income inequality. But in 10 years we could be fighting over data inequality.



'We've got to be cautious that we don't become creepy' — Delta wants to do more with customers' data without violating their privacy


From face scanning to microchipping employees, these are the methods bosses are increasingly using to monitor staff at work


Facebook quietly ditched the 'It’s free and always will be' slogan from its homepage



Palantir, a secretive tech company started by members of the 'PayPal mafia' with close ties to the Trump administration, could be one of the biggest tech IPOs ever. Take a closer look at how it makes money


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Palantir was expected to IPO in 2019, but that dream is now reportedly on hold until next year


An auto exec who was ahead of the curve on electric cars explains what he sees as the biggest opportunity in the self-driving industry


Palantir could be heading for a huge IPO, but its CEO says it almost went out of business several times because he didn't know how to pitch to investors



The CEO of the secretive big-data startup Palantir, which is looking to IPO this year, says he finds out about a stopped terrorist attack once a week


Palantir, the Peter Thiel-backed company that sold big data services to ICE and NYPD, has a CEO who is a 'self-described socialist'


5 amazing Australian jobs available right now in big data


Mysterious big data company Palantir is reportedly looking at an IPO — and could see a valuation of $41 billion



Dallas is saving $30 million by cutting down on the number of mentally ill people in prison


Meet the 29-year-old who founded a company that's using technology to find treatments for diseases thought to be incurable


Why this top LinkedIn employee quit to start his own data analytics company


Three students in Germany created a data mining startup without taking VC money for five years — now it's worth $1 billion