A philosopher by education, he is an analyst related to big data and artificial intelligence. He's an author of market ethics and anthropology publications, mainly interested in the relations between technology, politics, and social life.
Recent posts by Olgierd
January 19 2022
Is Excel the best for data management and what is the alternative?
If we try to pick the most influential Microsoft product so far, it would probably be the Microsoft Excel. Well, we can argue that the operating system is a prerequisite for spreadsheets (and therefore Windows is the most important one), but other than that it’s definitely Excel.Read more
December 17 2021
Measuring the unmeasurable: entrepreneurship, uncertainty and data
If we’re trying to properly handle the data inside of an organization, we should never stick to the Tayloristic approach to data and improvement. There is always a possibility that our models don’t include important pieces of information, or the input data is biased in some way.Read more