“A truly equal world would be one where women ran half our countries and companies and men ran half our homes” (Sandberg, 2013).
Making predictions this year has been an incredibly uncomfortable experience as far as my ‘sciencey spider senses’ are concerned. I’d like to say I sought solace in meditation- through focused reflection on Buddhist teachings.
In my research for model inspiration whilst trying to predict the Cannes Lions, I found two papers discussing approaches to predicting the Oscars. A fitting link, as the Cannes Lions have often been dubbed as the Oscars of the ad industry. Or at least some people think so.
Welcome to day 3 of Black Swan at Cannes Lions, where we are predicting the awards winners all week from Cabana 4, outside the Palais des Festivals on La Croisette. Today sees awards for Design, Radio and Cyber. Have we got our predictions right?
My non-mathematician friends often look at me strangely when I talk about equations and models as if they are people.
Welcome to day 2 of Black Swan at Cannes Lions, where we are predicting the awards winners all week from Cabana 4, outside the Palais des Festivals on La Croisette. Today sees more awards announced. Have we got our predictions right?
The complex world of Prediction is both an art and a science, so just for fun Black Swan has decided to predict the winners of some of the Cannes Lions Festival awards categories.
As Nate Silver, the Godfather of modern predictive analytics puts it, ‘Prediction is both an Art and a Science.’