Bad Data, the Right Data and Le Data

Gnip believes social data can change the world and our leadership team has been writing about data in O’Reilly, speaking at the Sentiment Symposium and at LeWeb. We wanted to share what they were talking about.

Bad Data by O'Reilly

Gnip CEO Jud Valeski wrote a chapter in the recently released O’Reilly handbook “Bad Data” by Ethan McCullum. Jud wrote the chapter called “Social Data: Erasable Ink?” about how the evolving social media landscape is challenging expectations about how people interact with social data and who owns it. Gnip is committed to providing terms-of-service compliant social data and this chapter talks about the expectations around social data and how the various players are managing them.

 

 

 

Our COO Chris Moody speaking at the Sentiment Symposium on “Building Sentiment Analysis on the Right Social Data”

Building Sentiment Analysis on the Right Social Data (Chris Moody, Gnip) from Seth Grimes on Vimeo.

Jud being interviewed by Robert Scoble at LeWeb