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Textio's Data Sharing Points to Machine Learning Business Model

One year ago   |   By Xconomy

In the cutthroat game of recruiting, companies are constantly eyeing the competition. Textio, a Seattle startup using machine learning to help improve the performance and reduce the bias of job listings, is taking the lid off a massive data trove it has amassed over the last two years to help its customers see how they stack up. Textio's customers can now compare the expected performance of their job listings with that of competitors using a score the company's “predictive engine” calculates through automated analysis of tens of millions of job listings. Anyone can search through thousands...
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