- Despite a gaggle of tools such as liking, following, and friending, enterprise social networks still struggle to derive meaning from the ever evolving nature of actual, human associations.
- In order to truly capture a user’s social graph, our software must accommodate the more malleable aspects of our human nature, such as bias, contradictions and even multiple personalities.
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