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Posts Tagged ‘Social Graph’

What Is Social Discovery? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Did you know that for every 100 million users of each social network, online stories submitted to Twitter are shared at a rate of almost five times that of Facebook, and many times more than on either LinkedIn or (naturally) Google+?

Social media allows us all to discover and mine the rich tapestry of data available on the web, including news, customer reviews, location, lifestyle and entertainment and, of course, people. Powerful forces are at work, helping us to find information, products and services to enjoy.

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What Can Machine Learning Do For The Social Web? [INFOGRAPHIC]

Machine learning, a branch of artificial intelligence (AI), is a scientific discipline that uses algorithms and computational techniques to extrapolate answers, yield patterns and make predictions of possible outcomes.

Already in practical use throughout the world, notably in fields where pattern recognition is extremely valuable (for example, stock market analysis and fraud detection), machine learning hasn’t really been applied to the social space, and all those billions of conversations, Tweets, Likes and profiles… but what if it was? What could it do?

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Twitter/Facebook Partnership on the Horizon?

San Francisco’s Web 2.0 Summit this week generated a lot of buzz, but perhaps nothing as exciting as the possibility of a Twitter/Facebook partnership. The possibilities of integrating the services were discussed by Twitter co-founder Ev Williams, but nothing more than a hint at Twitter’s willingness to make something happen was really dropped. However, the fact that Twitter wants something to happen between the two social networking giants could foreshadow a future partnership, or at least some cooperation between Twitter and Facebook.
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