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Facebook Can Predict if Your Relationships Will Last

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October 31, 2013
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Researchers from Cornell University and Facebook say they've developed an algorithm that can predict whether a couple will make it for the long haul. It's mostly based on a couple having mutual friends within multiple social networks. Patrick Jones (@Patrick_E_Jones) explains.


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Buzz60 (Apr. 1, 2013) According to Scientific American, social memes seen on Facebook or Twitter can change your way of thinking. Researchers say that we all have the desire to fit in, and when we see our friends adhering to a certain way of thinking, like changing their Facebook pictures to the red marriage equality symbol, we want to seem like-minded and do so ourselves. Patrick Jones has the rest.
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Researchers Create Robot That Mimics Human Emotions

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Buzz60 (Feb. 12, 2014) Scientists at the University of Lincoln in the UK are creating an expressive robot named ERWIN that can mimic human emotions. The research is meant to study how long-term relationships may form between robots and humans. Andrew Dymburt (@CantPinTheDym) has more. Video provided by Buzz60
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A Multi Function Grocery Shopping App

A Multi Function Grocery Shopping App

Howdini (Oct. 24, 2013) Quick! Where is your grocery list written? Maybe on note pads, scraps of paper, or even your palm. Personal tech expert Carely Knobloch reviews GroceryIQ, a website and app that lets you store and share your list, so it's always in the palm of your hand, and not on it.
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Bring the Grocery Store to Your Door

Bring the Grocery Store to Your Door

Howdini (Dec. 14, 2012) Lots of grocery chains offer online supermarket shopping with delivery to your door. But do they help manage your buying? Personal tech expert Carley Knobloch reviews Alice.com which buys straight from the manufacturer, automatically applies discount coupons to your order, then delivers everything right to your door for free.
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