November 29, 2018 rrneal Economic Theory

Selfishness & Collective Economic Theory

New Concepts in Behavioral Economics By Richard R Neal II, CSO Lelex Prime How thinking and emotions affect individual decisions and how current technologies misidentify attributes of consumer behaviors. The standard model for depicting human behaviors specifically the individual (economic) decisions which cumulatively impact the behavior of markets remains restricted and, even, overly terse. Economists employ…

October 25, 2018 dan@lelexprime.com Artificial Intelligence

Beware the AI Buzz Word

Pitfalls to avoid in working with AI powered solutions It’s the hottest “buzzword” of the year. Artificial Intelligence, or “A.I.” is this mysterious technology that seems like the precursor before robots take over the world.  It’s seems like it’s EVERYWHERE. There’s A.I. for supply chain logistics, A.I. for how we grow our crops, A.I. for…

October 18, 2018 dan@lelexprime.com Emergence

Language is like an Onion

It’s all About Layers Keeping with the recent gustatory theme today’s topic is about how onions and language are similar. Just take a look at the meme I posted here (the next article should definitely be about what a meme actually represents). Sounds odd at first but stick with me. It’s all about the layers……

October 1, 2018 dan@lelexprime.com Business Intelligence

Healthcare Data is an Oxymoron

When boring analysis is exciting! Sometimes when you are looking at millions upon millions of digital artifacts, conversations, images, and videos, the output just isn’t exciting. We recently did a report for an NBA team and were exploring the possibility of using sponsorship as an “advertising platform” for an Urgent Care brand. Well, the data…