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Alto talks big data at Columbia University

Our CEO, Alejandro Romero, spoke about how to use big data to measure digital impact at the University of Columbia in New York City.

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Alto to visit Columbia University

Our CEO, Alejandro Romero, will present key big data methodologies to measuring digital impact at the University of Columbia in New York City.

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It's fashionable to be dumb?

A big data analysis of the Latin American digital public sphere to uncover how social stereotypes influence gender gaps in education.

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Instagram knows what you're going to wear next

How fashion retail brands can use predictive analytics to anticipate evolving trends.

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Dear Leonardo DiCaprio: You got our curiosity. But did you get our attention?

In his recent documentary, Before the Flood, Leonardo DiCaprio has implored the world to confront the climate change crisis. Alto analyzed the film’s digital impact to uncover key insight into whether his plea sparked more than curiosity.

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How big data is revolutionizing politics

From the Brexit to Trump, big data offers new opportunities to understand public debate

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Do ISIS fighters drink Coca-Cola or Pepsi? And why it matters.

Alto Data Analytics examines how ISIS is using digital media to radicalize global audiences and the role western culture plays in their strategy.

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Alto Opens Office in New York City

At Alto Data Analytics we are very pleased to announce the opening of our newest office in New York City.

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Alto at South Summit 2016

This year our General Manager, Jose Miguel Cansado, was invited to speak at Spain Startup’s #SouthSummit16. The summit is among the most important events in Europe for innovation and entrepreneurship.

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Why Big Data needs Big Brains

Big data is about, well – data, but what most people forget is it’s also about big brains.

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