“We are deeply sorry for the unintended offensive and hurtful tweets from Tay, which do not represent who we are or what we stand for, nor how we designed Tay.” 
In March 2016, Microsoft launched Tay, a Twitter bot that could learn from its conversations with others. The experiment quickly unraveled.
Can crowds do better than sophisticated analysts when it comes to predicting future stock prices?
How cities of Medellin, Colombia and Paris, France, as well as Belgian startup CitizenLab leverage technology to crowdsource solutions to city issues from its own citizens.
SportsMed uses the expertise of global medical and sports enthusiasts’ community to help patients diagnose their problems and undergo the right treatment plan.
PatientsLikeMe is an online community network where chronic disease patients are able to find other patients with similar demographics and experiences. This data is shared to help support the search toward better chronic disease treatments.
The forces behind how Google Maps keeps winning and helps others to win too
The value of bike sharing services like Hubway heavily depends on bike availability at each of their stations. But how are they able to predict when, where, and how many bikes should be relocated to optimize their network? The solution lies in the data.
IBM is pioneering advanced data analytics in tennis to show off its innovation and analytics prowess.
Betabrand is successfully harnessing the power of the crowd to get and vet apparel ideas. But will its engaged, niche crowdbase stand in the way of further growth?