• Born in the Columbia University computer science department, WordsEye is a revolutionary new social media product for the web and mobile that lets anyone literally "type a picture." [1 of 3]

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tech 26 Jan 2015

Justin Hendrix is Executive Director of NYC Media Lab. He connects companies seeking to advance digital media technologies with universities and startups to drive collaborative innovation. TWITTER  NEWSLETTER

  • Built on research led by Cornell Tech's Mor Naaman, Seen is a new way to organize the real-time social web. The site's algorithm makes stories accessible by capturing the pulse of the crowd to reveal what’s important. Think PageRank but for Instagram, Twitter, Tumblr, Youtube, and more. [2 of 3]
  • Initially conceived in an NYC Media Lab seed project between Parsons and Hearst, Glossy.io is building a massive archive of digital content that you can freely explore, visually and relationally, on any device. Glossy has discovered a way to signal connections across publications and surface articles by thoughtfully combining inputs from human editors, machines with AI, and crowd-sourced factors. [3 of 3]

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