Fast Company reports on Refresh, a mobile app that mines data of individuals present at meetings by gleaning information from social networks and other publicly available sources, and how the app has just received $10 million in venture capital. Refresh founder Bhavin Shah said, “It’s common now for each of us to have 10-plus years of posts, tweets, job history, Q&A, check-ins, etc. Now is the right time to start leveraging that fragmented information to make us more thoughtful and intelligent about our friends, colleagues and everyone we meet.” He added that Refresh’s work “allows us to anticipate who you’re going to meet today and consolidate interesting information about them into a just-in-time dossier delivered to your smartphone.”
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