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Using location to inform predictive analytics - LocationTech Summit 2014

Tuesday, June 3rd 2014


Predictive modeling is used throughout organizations to predict behavior and outcomes; organizations use those predictions to efficiently allocate resources. This talk will cite examples from social organizing and healthcare to show how geographical data can be used to enhance predictive analytics work and drive more efficient and effective programs.

Erek Dyskant, Co-founder, Bluelabs delivered the presentation that was recorded at the LocationTech Summit, part of the Location Intelligence Summit in Wasington, D.C. on May 20th

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