edgetheory-logo
CONTACT
January 21, 2021
Understanding the Narrative: How Organizations Can Disarm Disinformation

So much has been bandied back and forth about the effects of misinformation and “fake news” on politics, campaigns, and elections, but not enough has been discussed about how mis/disinformation can wreak havoc on corporations and organizations.

Read More
January 21, 2021
"Augmented analytics, machine learning & reinforcement learning" - Fintech Intelligence Report

A Dataeconomy article exploring AI's role in data analytics caused the phrase to gain traction in the past 24 hours.

Read More
January 19, 2021
"Social innovation, money laundering & control center" - Fintech Intelligence Report

The phrase has been amplified by multiple fintech influencers on social media. A Forbes article highlighting the EU's role in "AI powered" social innovation caused the phrase to gain traction in the past 24 hours.

Read More
January 18, 2021
"Financial institutions, financial services & biobot analytics" - Fintech Intelligence Report

EdgeTheory routinely analyzes the top fintech trends dominating the news cycle and presents them in a concise blog post.

Read More
January 16, 2021
It's Time to Have a Conversation About Conversation

Don't quote me on this, but Anne Morrow Lindbergh once wrote something to the effect that a good conversation is just as stimulating as black coffee - and just as hard to sleep after. That's part of the problem with the Internet these days. It's an endless warren of conversation, but these exchanges have become […]

Read More
January 12, 2021
The Search Dilemma: What Search Results Aren't Telling You

The internet is a gargantuan warehouse of disorganized information. To navigate that maze user's need personalized help to sift through all of that information and find something relevant. Previously the search engine was the only technology that could solve this problem at Internet scale.

Read More
January 7, 2021
Following the Conversation Trend "US Capitol Building" in the Global Media

The Kudzu Global Media module offers some interesting insights into the ways certain conversation trends have increased and decreased in velocity — the rate at which words and phrases increase in usage over time — over the last 24 hours.

Read More
January 5, 2021
"Palm beach, Georgia election & public health" - Narrative Intelligence Report

"Palm beach" arose from the allegations that real estate moguls Bill and David S. Mack arranged for their wealthy friends to "skip the line" for the COVID-19 vaccines which have only recently become available to frontline healthcare workers.

Read More
January 4, 2021
In the Battle to Control the Narrative, the Terrain Has Changed

“In a fight between a bear and an alligator, it is the terrain which determines who wins.” ~Jim Barksdale

Read More
January 4, 2021
"Farm income, Israel & workers union" - Narrative Intelligence Report

The federal government, motivated by the economic impact of COVID-19, provided approximately 40% of U.S. farmers' income for 2020.

Read More
December 21, 2020
"Immune response, stimulus package & essential workers" - Narrative Intelligence Report

The news broke over the weekend, and as a result many national news networks have released articles covering the "mutation" alongside a resurgence in European lockdowns, mainly in the United Kingdom.

Read More
December 17, 2020
"Nursing homes, search engine & U.S. forces"- Narrative Intelligence Report

The most recent surge of nursing home coverage stems from the announcement that the first batches of COVID-19 vaccines are arriving at nursing home facilities across the country.

Read More
December 17, 2020
Does Parler Matter?

In a word, “yes”. Any platform that allows little or no content moderation can be a breeding ground for the proliferation of volatile narratives. In recent years, cries of conservative bias or accusations of censorship have made way for several alternative platforms, including Gab, 4chan and 8chan.

Read More
December 16, 2020
"Moderna vaccine, wedding photographers & snack foods" - Narrative Intelligence Report

The Moderna vaccine for COVID-19 has become a prevalent topic in media publications for several weeks, but it has once again spiked as a narrative with the FDA's recent announcement that the vaccine is highly effective against coronavirus.

Read More
December 15, 2020
"Attorney General, consumer spending & health workers" - Narrative Intelligence Report

The trend highlights the departure of U.S. Attorney General William Barr. The announcement comes right after the Electoral College certifies the victory of President-elect Joe Biden.

Read More
December 14, 2020
"Native American, electoral college & Russian hackers" - Narrative Intelligence Report

EdgeTheory routinely analyzes the top media trends dominating the news cycle and presents them in a concise blog post. Data is acquired using Kudzu, an innovative Conversation Trend and Narrative Intelligence technology. To learn more about how EdgeTheory's tech works, click here. Spotlight Trend: Native American "Native American" has emerged as a top media narrative […]

Read More
December 10, 2020
"Vision fund, Facebook & AI Ethics" - Narrative Intelligence Report

After DoorDash's meteoric rise in the stock market on Wednesday, Dec. 9th, SoftBank gradually increased their initial investment of nearly $700 million to a massive $11.5 billion.

Read More
December 9, 2020
"DoorDash, A Year Like No Other & Andrew Yang" - Narrative Intelligence Report

DoorDash has become a a huge winner in a national market heavily affected by COVID-19, as their business structure is highly conducive to a socially distant world.

Read More
December 8, 2020
"Sound barrier, first doses & a Chinese spy" - Narrative Intelligence Report

EdgeTheory routinely analyzes the top media trends dominating the news cycle and presents them in a concise blog post.

Read More
December 7, 2020
"Failing grades, Bob Dylan & the Attorney General" - Narrative Intelligence Report

EdgeTheory routinely analyzes the top media trends dominating the news cycle and presents them in a concise blog post.

Read More
1 2 3
chevron-down