As 2018 comes to a close, to look back on the year, we compiled a list of our most popular posts for you to enjoy.
How artificial intelligence rightly fails to recognize toilets and what that means for 2.22 billion people
Alto’s data scientists have discovered 30.3% of the world’s sanitary conditions are unrecognized by Google AI-algorithms.
Alto forms part of the advisory committee of The Conversation.
Gender politics, Pepe the Frog and personalities polarize the digital debate ahead of Brazil's elections
A public digital sphere analysis of the 2018 Brazilian election campaigns.
Alto’s CEO provides insights about what makes fake news and disinformation strategies unique to traditional information for a report in El Independiente.
With the Trump administration’s repeal of net neutrality this summer, Alto conducted a big data analysis of Burger King’s net neutrality campaign to uncover how corporate activism impacts bottom line.
AMLO’s digital strategies and a decline in traditional media influence are the real driving forces of the revolution.
The Forum convened more than 300 Industry Strategy Officers to build on the international business community’s discussions for Davos 2018.
Our CEO spoke about new roles in global leadership at the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2018 Forum.
Members are among the most impactful start-ups and businesses in the world, actively engaged in the Forum’s efforts to advance global collaboration on the Fourth Industrial Revolution.
Alto Data Analytics was invited to the World Economic Forum on Latin America in São Paulo this week.
The role of foreign media in the anti-immigration debate one year before the 2018 election.
Big data public opinion research reveals consumers expect CEOs to lead as activists in sustainability.
As 2017 comes to an end, we question whether tech giant executives are prepared to handle how their tools and services are shaping society.
Alto’s interactive edtech analysis for the World Innovation Summit for Education.
A big data analysis for the World Innovation Summit for Education explains how edtech is disrupting the education sector.
Every business needs a data strategy. Here’s how to create one.
What an analysis of Trump’s personal and presidential official Twitter accounts during the United Nations General Assembly reveals about his Twitter strategy.
Alto Data Analytics will present a big data analysis on climate change at the Oxford Union.
Watch the talk here.
Using big data to strategize influencer marketing campaigns for targeted sales activation.
Advanced network and image analysis revealed whether UberEats is uberizing the food and beverage industry or just another option for fast food delivery.
Our CEO, Alejandro Romero, spoke about how to use big data to measure digital impact at Columbia University in New York City.
Our CEO, Alejandro Romero, will present key big data methodologies to measuring digital impact at the University of Columbia in New York City.
A big data analysis of the Latin American digital public sphere to uncover how social stereotypes influence gender gaps in education.
How fashion retail brands can use predictive analytics to anticipate evolving trends.
In his recent documentary, Before the Flood, Leonardo DiCaprio has implored the world to confront the climate change crisis.
From the Brexit to Trump, big data offers new opportunities to understand public debate.
Alto Data Analytics examines how ISIS is using digital media to radicalize global audiences and the role western culture plays in their strategy.
At Alto Data Analytics we are very pleased to announce the opening of our newest office in New York City.
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.
Alto has been invited to be part of the inaugural conference #TalkingAboutTwitter