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By Ian Ash / March 18, 2020
Research

COVID-19 Was A Surprise — What Comes Next For Business Is Predictable

No one can say with confidence how long this pandemic will last or what the long-term effects on the public...

By Kristi De Asis / March 12, 2020
Announcements

Business Continuity at Dig Insights during COVID-19

Dig Insights is committed to putting our priority on health while continuing to deliver great work. Effective immediately, we have asked all employees in our Toronto and Chicago offices to work from home.

By Kristi De Asis / March 05, 2020
Announcements

Julien Naggar Joins Dig as Director of Qualitative Research

We’re thrilled to welcome Julien Naggar to the Dig Insights Team as Director of Qualitative. Julien mixes his passion for research...

By Nadia Antropova / February 19, 2020
Conferences

3 Takeaways from Quirk’s London 2020

Last February 14th, Dig joined the Quirk's event in London - an interactive two-day exhibition curated for research and insight professionals. Here are 3 of our key takeaways from the event.

By Ian Ash / February 06, 2020
Research

Why You Can & Should Still Joke at Work

Dig Insights with help from online panel provider Dynata conducted an online survey among over 1,000 full-time employed Canadians in order to understand how they felt about the state of humour in the workplace.

How MR Has Changed in the Past Decade By Dominic Atkinson / January 15, 2020
Research

Top 10 Changes in MR Over the Past Decade

From the emergence of DIY platforms to industry consolidation, Dig looks at the biggest changes in the market industry in the past 10 years.

By Michael Edwards / December 03, 2019
AI

If Research and Tech Need To Marry, Who Should Propose?

Tech companies are launching research solutions, and research companies are launching tech solutions. Which is better?

By Ian Ash / October 29, 2019
Research

Why It’s Still OK to Joke Around at Work

Have you stopped joking at work for fear of crossing the line between what is and what isn’t acceptable? If you wish everyone would stop taking things so seriously and just have a good laugh… good news, you are part of the majority! More than half agreed that “I wish people would laugh more at my workplace”.

By Tess Badun / October 09, 2019
AI

The Elusive Nature of Neural Nets — Part Two: Mother Knows Best

The elusive nature of neural nets is, in many ways, similar to that of the thought process of young children....

Artificial Intelligence robot By Tess Badun / October 07, 2019
AI

The Elusive Nature of Neural Nets — Part One: Baby Steps

Dermatologists at Stanford University were training a neural net to determine whether a picture of a dermal lesion was skin cancer. Initial test ended up doing well enough until they realized that the machine would classify any image as potential skin cancer if there was a ruler in the photo.