100 billion Points Every Day
AUGUST 16, 2023
In this episode, Gabe Durkin, Foursquare’s Director of Data Science discusses just how data 100 billion rows of data are broken down into meaningful data about places and the movement between them. As a result of nearly 14 years perfecting our best-in-class location technologies, we have created a map of the world not based on coordinates, but on actual places and proprietary tech that detects how we move to those places.
Unpacks the Power of Geospatial Data with Foursquare
May 22, 2023
We tackle a number of big questions with Ankit in the episode. For example, what is Foursquare today? What is geospatial data and how can brands leverage it to make better decisions? How will Foursquare employ generative AI? How will IoT devices shape our future? And much more.
Geospatial Data Visualization
MAY 24, 2023
In this episode of the MapScaping podcast, Foursquare’s Staff Engineer Nick Rabinowitz discusses how Foursquare has doubled down on geospatial data visualization with Studio, a highly flexible platform designed to visualize and analyze large-scale geospatial data at the speed of business.
Geospatial Knowledge Graph
MAY 7, 2023
In this episode of the MapScaping podcast, Foursquare’s Distinguished Engineer Vikram Gundeti discusses how our pioneering geospatial Knowledge Graph will improve location data quality, drive higher velocity releases, and unlock invaluable new insights while maximizing consumer privacy.
Data Privacy in Location Technology
APRIL 19, 2023
In this episode of the MapScaping podcast, VP of Compliance & Data Protection Elizabeth Hein discusses Foursquare’s approach to protecting location privacy. You’ll learn about the dynamic privacy landscape, the impacts on businesses, and how to prepare for tomorrow’s changes, today.
Bring Geospatial Analytics Across Disparate Datasets Into Your Toolkit With The Unfolded Platform
June 26, 2022
In this episode Isaac Brodsky explains how the Unfolded platform is architected, their experience joining the team at Foursquare, and how you can start using it for analyzing your spatial data today.