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Carrie Solinger

Sr. Research Analyst, Cognitive Systems and Content Analytics Research

Carrie Solinger is a Senior Research Analyst for IDC’s Cognitive/Artificial Intelligence Systems and Content Analytics research. She is responsible for research covering cognitive/artificial intelligence systems, content and rich media analytics, data providers, brokers and marketplaces, and search and discovery.


Prior to joining IDC, Ms. Solinger was a researcher and published author at Syracuse University. Her areas of expertise include multidisciplinary fields within human computer interaction, natural language processing, psychophysiology in communications, computer science, big data, digital asset management, and analytics. Ms. Solinger’s variety of research projects range from “Social Media Users’ Credibility Perceptions” to developing predictive models using natural language processing, machine learning, and credibility, personality, and trust metrics.


  • B.A. in History from Syracuse University
  • B.A. in Broadcast Journalism from Syracuse University's Newhouse School of Public Communications
  • M.S. in Library and Information Science from the Syracuse University School of Information Studies where she subsequently earned a Certificate of Advanced Study in Data Science (originally Digital Libraries)
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