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Real-time AI event and risk detection with Dataminr

Seamus talks to Ed Pullen, Regional Marketing Director for Dataminr, to discuss how its AI helps clients learn things they didn't know they needed to know.

Seamus Byrne
Seamus Byrne
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Real-time AI event and risk detection with Dataminr

Seamus talks to Ed Pullen, Regional Marketing Director for Dataminr to discuss the company's real-time AI event and risk detection system.

It's running everywhere from newsrooms to corporate security departments, helping companies find the information they didn't know they really need to know to stay ahead of the risk curve.

We talk examples of the kinds of events the system can detect, how it's finding this information from structured and unstructured data sources around the world, and what it says about how we search for and manage decision making in the digital world.

Dataminr sponsored this episode of Jetpacks Are Overrated. Having said that, I don't ever intend to say yes to a sponsorship if I don't find the product interesting and worth talking about.

A big thank you to Dataminr for supporting the show!

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