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Q&A: Thomson Reuters’ Rich Brown on Machine Readable News, Social Media and Sentiment

BigDataForFinance.com’s sister community – Low-Latency.com – just conducted an insightful Q&A with Rich Brown, who leads machine readable news programs at Thomson Reuters. It’s a topic that spans both low latency and big data, and you can read it here.

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