Invasion of the home robots
Mapping the Future of Artificial Intelligence
Sorry, not sorry? Assessing apology ads from Facebook, Uber, and Wells Fargo
Examining the News
Invasion of the home robots
Case Study
Mapping the Future of Artificial Intelligence
In the Press
Sorry, not sorry? Assessing apology ads from Facebook, Uber, and Wells Fargo
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In the Press Here’s a breakdown of what Russia’s Twitter trolls actually talked about

Russian trolls tweeted about a broad spectrum of controversial topics from across the political spectrum, according to analysis performed by the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory using Quid.

Examining the News Invasion of the home robots

Robots are poised to dramatically change the domestic labor market and fundamentally shift the way we approach companionship. At least that’s what companies are betting on. Quid examines the future of the dynamic home robotics industry? to see what comsumers really think

In the Press Silicon Valley Shakespeare: Brunswick Review Interviews Bob Goodson

Goodson recently sat down with the Brunswick Review to talk about his unique background and discuss Quid’s success.

Market Landscape What’s next for functional beverages?

Consumers are looking to get more out of what they drink. Why just stay hydrated, when you can also lose weight, improve mental sharpness, or get fit? This increased demand for “functional” products is reshaping the beverage industry, but how and to what extent? 

Case Study Mapping the Future of Artificial Intelligence

From ride shares to smart power grids and from healthcare to our online lives, AI is driving a powerful shift in the human experience. As the business value of AI becomes more readily apparent, how is the industry ecosystem changing? What’s fueling the explosive growth seen over the past year and what factors are shaping future development?

Examining the News Are we addicted to social media?

Quid analyzed 4,080 unique articles mentioning "social media addiction" to better understand the public narrative that is shaping debate.

In the Press Sorry, not sorry? Assessing apology ads from Facebook, Uber, and Wells Fargo

Facebook, Uber, and Wells Fargo want you to know that they’re sorry. And they’ve taken to the airwaves, newspapers, and billboards to make sure you hear them loud and clear. But, given the string of crises that have gripped the three companies, how are their mea culpas being received?

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