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Entrepreneur Jeff Jonas out of Stealth with a Nuco called Senzing

Jeff Jonas, former chief scientist at IBM, has launched a new company called Senzing. The startup was funded by Jonas and some angels when he popped out of IBM after an 11 year run with Big Blue. Jonas sat down with John Furrier at theCUBE studios in Palo Alto, CA and talked about what Senzing is doing in the important field of entity resolution…essentially solving the problem of having piles of data about the same person but not knowing what to do with it…how to resolve discrepancies and how to gain insights.

We don’t have all the details and Jonas is still being coy about things like pricing and his full plans, but this is a space and an innovative thinker worth watching.

Stay tuned.

Here’s a clip list of Furrier’s interview with Jonas.

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