Social Networking Chat Software Released

Here’s a story published in Globes Arena about a garage start-up called Huminity that is positioned to overtake Friendster in what Business 2.0 describes as the technology of the year. The software itself is a combination of a chat-software and a social networking software, which is a pretty different approach to the web-based social networking sites that flooded the Internet lately. The facinating part is that is was built by 2 friends with no funding that based everything on cheap and effective open-source software, and through viral growth and word of mouth built a network of more than 400,000 people.

3 thoughts on “Social Networking Chat Software Released”

  1. Sorry, but I fail to see the link between the article and the word “Neural Network” (in the traditional meaning of the word).

  2. I’m rather surprised that this story made it through the moderation queue. It’s basically an advertisement for a social software product. As far as I can tell, it has nothing to do with neural networks, which allow for adaptive learning via weighted inputs. Am I missing something here?

  3. I went ahead and posted this on the front page; it didn’t get enough moderation points to get there automatically. I’m changing the title to reflect it as a new software product rather than a neural network product, and putting it in the computer category instead of the technology one.

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