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Jim Stafford of The Oklahoman describes what it means when Exaptive says it wants to 'facilitate serendpidity' with data.

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Dr. David Vishanoff, a religious studies professor at the University of Oklahoma, talks about how tools created by Exaptive are opening up possibilities.

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Eric Kavanaugh, of the Bloor Group and Inside Analysis, interviews Dave King on the collision of open source, service-oriented architecture, web applications, and data.

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Exaptive CEO and founder, Dave King, gives an inaugural talk at 1 Million Cups - Oklahoma City about entrepreneurship and the Exaptive vision.

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Robin Bloor, cofounder and Chief Analyst at the Bloor Group, puts Exaptive among the 10 technologies to watch in 2016 and explains why.

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At TEDx-Dayton, Exaptive data scientist, Matt Coatney, makes a pitch for artificial intelligence as a force for good.

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Exaptive's Frank D. Evans' TedX presentation on how data science can fix gerrymandering.

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In this interview with ODSC, Dave explains the meaning behind Exaptive, and how his company facilitates “a-ha” moments. 

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There is no doubt that utilizing data is valuable, but it can be a complex challenge. Cambridge, Mass.-based Exaptive has developed a data science platform to easily make sense of aggregated data, as well as share and collaborate on data.

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Oklahoma City's Exaptive adapts a natural phenomenon for the innovation world. 

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The Exaptive ecosystem is flexible enough to let data scientists and others build data-driven applications, which it calls Xaps, in its technology-agnostic development environment.  

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Every now and then, we connect with an entrepreneur who has a vision so compelling and bold that it makes me think, “Wow — what if he or she really could make that happen?” 

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When an attribute that developed to serve one function is co-opted to for another, it’s called exaptation – evolutionists use feathers as an example of the process. 

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If you’re not convinced the future of healthcare has arrived, just wait a few days.  It should be coming to a mobile device or a big box store near you soon.

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Plenty of people work with big datasets that don't exactly spring to life with bar graphs or spider charts. So what if there was an app store for visualization tools that offered just the right thing for exploring, manipulating, and wringing insights from your data?

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