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Forget Crowdsourcing. Cool Companies Are on to Crowdlearning

The future of your business lies in what we leave behind.

In the past 24 hours, you’ve passively shed more data than you can possibly imagine. Tiny fragments of the physical and virtual you are strewn across all the places you’ve been: the unique keystroke patterns entered as you’ve typed on your computer; the subtle intonations in your recorded call to customer service; the biomatter you’ve left behind in cars and public bathrooms. On their own, these

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