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New Yorker Conference

To read the article in The New Yorker click here.

I participated in The New Yorker Conference and showcased some technology and processes we use in license agreements with several of Platinum Blue’s technology partners including hit prediction technology and processes for which we license components from Music Intelligence Solutions and I showcased a technology by one of our music recommendation partners, Barcelona Music and Audio Technologies.

It turns out the link at the end of the presentation was indeed working, it was just opening the results in another window. Leave it to a moment on stage for things to seem to go wrong, even when they don’t.

Interviewing me is Malcolm Gladwell, author of best-sellers “The Tipping Point” and “Blink – The Power of Thinking Without Thinking”. He’s also a staff writer at The New Yorker. In 2005 Time Magazine listed him as one of its “100 Most Influential People” so, I’m clearly out of my league.


  1. sarai darbandi February 21, 2008 Reply

    I am a student at The Univeristy of Arizona and our class: Sociology of Pop Culture, had to look at this video as part of our studies. I must say I am very impressed with this very much. Ironically, I have been thinking why do I like the music that I do? and I do not? I like almost anything that has a good beat and now I know whatever makes my brain “feel good” is the reason why I do lie certain tunes. I know that is a little broad, especially with all the mathematical equations that actually go into the process, but that is what I get out of this. Anyway, I wanted to thank you for posting this information and making our learning ecperience more interesting.
    Sarai Darbandi

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