August 28, 2013

Radio 702 Discussion: Social Business Africa Report


Today I had the privilege of being on Radio 702 discussing the insights discovered in Cerebra’s 2013 Social Business Africa report, powered by Fuseware. Jenny Crwys Williams and Andy Rice left no stone unturned in the discussions, and we talked about the methodology, content and insights extensively. Twitter and the SMS line were pretty busy, showing just how many people out there are interested in these kinds of hard hitting stats and discussions about social media.

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2 Comments

  1. Ketmani February 29, 2016 at 11:21 am

    In danger of being silly here but could an areungmt be made that the data is necessary for medical research, if this research cannot be done without’ applies?Bear with me here. The existence of mutations’ is an emergent planetary phenomenon with potentially serious consequences. For all sorts of reasons. In order to establish this data must be collected and subjected to epidemiological analysis. This data must be collected and retained over time in order to identify many factors including but not limited to1)percentage prevalence in a population2)racial profile (globally and in certain areas)3)environmental correlations (how many are born near site )4)mortality rates (do mutants die young or live forever)there are lots more. Thing is IF you think this information is worth having and IF you cannot easily get the information another way then this makes it all ok to keep this information? Up to and including retaining unique identifiers so strange mutations (ie Multiple Man(is he a mutant?) or perhaps immortal wanderers around the globe (Wolverine)) do not cause false data spikes. Of course you still fall foul of collecting data without consent so that areungmt may be moot but still wonder if people would buy it.

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