This interview is with Haile Owusu, Chief Data Scientist at Mashable. I met Haile after he gave a keynote at GEN2015 and wanted to dive into how data is being used at Mashable to drive the editorial agenda. In this interview, Haile and I discuss the way that Mashable approaches data, how it is stored and organised and how it is used by the writers.
The notion of interestingness is actually the amount of social engagement.”
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