Founder & CEO of CoinLaunch, an end-to-end Initial Coin Offering Platform, Reuven is recognized as an early innovator and thought-leader in cloud computing & infrastructure as the founder one of the earliest cloud companies. An active mentor, advisor, angel and instigator, he is intimately involved in the startup scene around the globe.
A successful entrepreneur, Reuven founded Enomaly, which was among the first to develop a self-service infrastructure as a service (IaaS) platform in 2005, and in 2012 joined with Virtustream (sold to EMC for $1.2 Billion in 2015).
An active thought leader, Reuven is an expert commentator, contributor and writer for a variety of major business publications including Forbes, Wall Street Journal, The Economist, MIT Technology Review, CNN, BusinessWeek, InformationWeek, Wired, among many others.
As long as there has been marketing and advertising we have tried to understand what motivates people to do something. What is new is the ability for this to be applied alongside artificial intelligence combined with micro-level demographic targeting. Or in other words, a capacity to target individuals in real-time.
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08/11/2016 11:19 GMT
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