Ditto, a Boston-based social analytics company, is using emerging computer vision technologies to give corporations insight into what users are saying about them in photos shared online.
Social networking makes it easier than ever to compare yourself with others—but forget about vanity. It’s not uncommon to hear Facebookers complain many of their social contacts appear to be living vastly more interesting and fulfilling lives than they are. So, has social networking created a billion bitter Facebookers? A team of University of Michigan researchers decided to move past the anecdotal and apply the scientific method to this bit of common wisdom.
Welcome to the neighborhood watch of the future, welcome to Home Elephant. Created to bring social media to local neighborhoods, Home Elephant lets you connect with people around you and… read more
The Wall Street Journal generated rounds of debate on the web with its recent discussion on how US attorneys are increasingly using Facebook and other forms of social media to… read more
The accepted system for exchanging scientific information is publishing in a prestigious scientific journal. That journal system has been around since 1665 – it is slow and rewards work unevenly…. read more
Mojofiti has a simple but awesome concept behind it: connect people together in a world without language barriers. The Mojofiti website, now in its second round of Beta testing, allows… read more