Nova Spivack (born June 5, 1969) is an American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and author. He serves as the co-founder and CEO of Bottlenose, a Los Angeles-based company that provides software that discovers emerging trends in high-volume data streams such as social media firehoses; live TV and radio media; and real-time enterprise data such as financial and IT streams. Other companies previously co-founded by Spivack include EarthWeb, Radar Networks, which was acquired by EVRI, The Daily Dot, and Live Matrix, which was acquired by OVGuide in December 2011. Spivack was the first outside investor in Klout, a website and mobile app that measures social influence. Klout was subsequently acquired by Lithium. He is also an investor in other technology startups including Cambrian Genomics, Se

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  • Nova Spivack (born June 5, 1969) is an American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and author. He serves as the co-founder and CEO of Bottlenose, a Los Angeles-based company that provides software that discovers emerging trends in high-volume data streams such as social media firehoses; live TV and radio media; and real-time enterprise data such as financial and IT streams. Other companies previously co-founded by Spivack include EarthWeb, Radar Networks, which was acquired by EVRI, The Daily Dot, and Live Matrix, which was acquired by OVGuide in December 2011. Spivack was the first outside investor in Klout, a website and mobile app that measures social influence. Klout was subsequently acquired by Lithium. He is also an investor in other technology startups including Cambrian Genomics, Sensentia, PublishThis, Next IT, and Energy Magnification Corporation. Spivack is considered a leading pioneer in semantic web technology. He writes about the future of the Internet and topics concerning search, social media, personalization, information filtering, entrepreneurship, and Web technology and applications. He also sits on the board of directors of the Common Crawl Foundation, which provides a free and open search index of the Web. (en)
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  • Nova Spivack (born June 5, 1969) is an American entrepreneur, venture capitalist, and author. He serves as the co-founder and CEO of Bottlenose, a Los Angeles-based company that provides software that discovers emerging trends in high-volume data streams such as social media firehoses; live TV and radio media; and real-time enterprise data such as financial and IT streams. Other companies previously co-founded by Spivack include EarthWeb, Radar Networks, which was acquired by EVRI, The Daily Dot, and Live Matrix, which was acquired by OVGuide in December 2011. Spivack was the first outside investor in Klout, a website and mobile app that measures social influence. Klout was subsequently acquired by Lithium. He is also an investor in other technology startups including Cambrian Genomics, Se (en)
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