David Dabney

Digital Media Strategist MarketScale

David has over 12 years of experience in freelance digital media, photography, and film. David joined MarketScale in May of 2022 as the first remote Digital Media Strategist. He lives in Cleveland, OH with his wife Anna, their two children (dogs 🐕 Arya and Myka) four 🐈 cats.

Bachelor of Arts in Arts Management and Music 2005 - 2009
Graphic Design
Video Editing
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SEO Optimization

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Recent Posts

Generate new neurons in the adult brain

Biologists Figured Out How to Generate New Neurons in the Adult Brain, Revolutionizing Neurodegenerative Disease Research

Leslie Samuel - March 17, 2023

Recently biologists discovered how to generate new neurons in the adult brain. This is an incredible breakthrough that has enormous potential to revolutionize neurodegenerative disease research.

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AI Failed At Writing Sci-Fi. Here’s Why Publishers May Just Want Them to Succeed

Darren Campo - March 9, 2023

Recently, science fiction magazine Clarkesworld was forced to close submissions for authors after being flooded with stories written by AI tools. While it was clear that the AI failed at writing sci-fi, this failure pointed towards larger problem: AI-assisted plagiarism.

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fungus from The Last of Us Could Help Fight Cancer

The Fungus from The Last of Us Could Help Fight Cancer

Leslie Samuel - February 28, 2023

The Last of Us, HBOs videogame-inspired zombie TV epic, opened to rave reviews last month. This drama, led by Game of Thrones stars Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey, shows a post-apocalyptic world that has been ravaged by the corydceps fungus after the fungus adapts for survival in the human body.

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There Aren’t That Many Women in AI Fields, Both in Reality and in Film. What Needs to Change?

carey.scott - February 28, 2023

Around the world, women make up less than a quarter of the AI workforce. This data, shared by the World Economic Forum (WEF), is indicative of a bias that starts in childhood.

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hot flashes during menopause

With New Research into Hot Flashes During Menopause, Scientists Expand Treatment Options for Women’s Health

MarketScale - February 20, 2023

Hot flashes during menopause, a common symptom of womens natural midlife biology, affect more than 80% of women. The causes behind these common hot flashes have remained a mystery to scientists for years.

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Can Scientists Use ChatGPT for Scientific Research?

carey.scott - February 14, 2023

In December 2022, University of Colorado School of Medicines Casey Greene and Perelman School of Medicines Milton Pividori performed an experiment using ChatGPT to improve three research papers. The focus of the experiment was to see whether OpenAIs language models were robust enough to supplement academic papers to make writing and revising manuscripts more efficient.

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