Published on 23rd December 2019
The 2019 Worldcom Confidence Index Report used groundbreaking artificial intelligence (AI) research methodology to gain insights from over 58,000 leaders around the globe. In partnership with Advanced Symbolics Inc., the study serves as an example of ways AI technology can break barriers within research methodology.
HBI PR & Marcom explores the methodology behind the study and other ways the technology can be used to expand and strengthen research efforts for communications professionals.
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The AI research technology used by Advanced Symbolics, Inc. was able to collect data and facts across all languages. The ability to break down language barriers expanded the reach of the study to levels previously unprecedented.
But the technology doesn’t only overcome language barriers – it’s also designed to differentiate between various conversation styles. In regards to the 2019 Worldcom Confidence Index, a cross-thematic atmosphere was designed to train the AI to accurately recognize and assess communication styles.
Because the 2019 Worldcom Confidence Index Report used AI to assess communications from CEOs and CMOs on social media, ensuring the salience of contextual information was essential to the success of the study.
For example, political attitudes were a relevant contextual factor, particularly on social media. The AI technology was able to compensate for biases and differences across large samples. To check and fine-tune the technology, samples were pulled from the data set and reviewed internally for accuracy.
Data security played an essential role in the research conducted by Advanced Symbolics, Inc. All data used within the study is publicly available, with no protected data included. The data collected for the Confidence Index Report was pulled directly from public social media profiles. The major difference is that AI technology was able to pull extensive information more easily at a larger scale.
Additionally, the collected data was encrypted within the sample. In fact, the Office of the Privacy Commission of Canada assessed the AI methodology and certified it for responsible data protection.
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