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Gilad Elbaz

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CEO and founder of Factual, a Santa Monica, California-based, large-scale data aggregation company that provides data to publishers and software developers for consumer web services; founder of Applied Semantics, which now serves as the basis of Google's AdSense business

Gilad Elbaz on KCRW

The so-called "Year of Big Data" has produced uses and potential abuses of gathering more information than anyone ever imagined before. What is this a vast, new industry?

Will Big Data and Big Money Mean Big Trouble?

The so-called "Year of Big Data" has produced uses and potential abuses of gathering more information than anyone ever imagined before. What is this a vast, new industry?

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Big Data -- the accumulation of massive amounts of information just for its own sake -- is the revenge of the nerds, a booming generator of money and power.

Will Big Data and Big Money Mean Big Trouble?

Big Data -- the accumulation of massive amounts of information just for its own sake -- is the revenge of the nerds, a booming generator of money and power.

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