Mae Rice
Staff Reporter at Built In

Mae Rice is a former Built In staff reporter covering marketing and emerging tech trends. Formerly editor in chief at MarketerHire, she is currently a writer for the media startup Workweek.

Prior to joining Built In, Rice was an associate editor at the local news site Chicagoist, senior writer at Groupon and a graduate instructor at University of Minnesota. She holds a master of fine arts in creative nonfiction from the University of Minnesota and a bachelor’s degree in sociology with a minor in statistics from the University of Chicago.

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Big data platform leveraging cloud and AI tech to manage data.
Oct 04, 2022
These big data platforms can store and analyze huge volumes of information ranging from transaction data to geotags.
high-performance computing applications
Aug 23, 2022
High-performance computing helps us treat cancer, streamline soda cans and more.
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Aug 23, 2022
These companies are showing how to create meaningful customer interactions through content marketing.
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Jul 12, 2022
Followers see the difference between selling ads and selling out. Here’s what that means for advertisers.
brand lift balloons
Jul 12, 2022
A crash course in what brand lift is and how to measure it.
big data examples applications
Jul 11, 2022
Companies use big data to predict the next best step for industries.
3d printing
Jul 06, 2022
3D printing can be used to build low-cost houses — but it’s not right for every manufacturing scenario.
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Jun 28, 2022
What the freemium business model is, how it works and why it matters.
3d printed head
Jun 24, 2022
From creating new hearts to new homes, 3D printing is making its mark on almost every industry.
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Jun 14, 2022
This isn’t just “marketing” — it’s a complex, cross-departmental endeavor.
data science applications examples
Jun 13, 2022
Data science is used in a variety of industries — some might even surprise you. Check out these examples.
machine learning
Jun 09, 2022
Can learning be automated? Yes, but only if you have some expertise under your belt.