Election Tech is focused on the role of money, big data, and social media on campaigns and elections. We have gathered data from social media sites, traveled across the country—from early primary states to debates to the Republican and Democratic conventions—and interviewed voters, technology firms, and thought leaders.
Here are a few Election Tech highlights:
- Can swarm AI forecast election winners?
- Zac Moffatt: How data-driven marketing is changing politics and business
- Harper Reed: Leadership is more powerful than technology
- Candidates battle over big ideas at the Brooklyn Democratic debate
- Election Tech Fakers: Are candidates artificially inflating their Twitter accounts?
- L2 Profile: Big data proves that America is a purple country
- What Hillary Clinton's technology policy agenda means for business
- Politics is Kayfabe: Oh yeah!
- NPG VAN Profile: How big data pioneers use open source technology to win elections
- Clinton and Trump indicate social analytics are predictive analytics
- Social polls: Big data reveals top social media takeaways from the #RNC and #DNC
- Video: Election tech history, from televised debates to Twitter
- Video: Why political organizations’ lax security practices are ‘red meat for hackers’
- Video: How big data drove Ted Cruz’s campaign and is driving business decisions
- Social media’s inescapable presence at the RNC — with Terry Collins for CNET