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"A Global Guide to State-Sponsored Trolling

(Bloomberg, July 2018)

An analysis by Graphika, a social media intelligence firm based in New York, showed that the “Agents” hashtag was “pushed” in a highly coordinated way, said John Kelly, the company's CEO and founder. 

 
 

"Tip of the Spear Technology: Graphika" 

(Consumer Goods Technology, July 2018)

This video showcases This video showcases Graphika, which creates dynamic maps of network relationships to reveal deep insights into social influence for content planning and audience engagement.

 
 
 

"The Insanity of NBA All-Star Voting" 

(ESPN "True Hoop Presents", February 2017)

Graphika sifted through more than 5 million tweets on behalf of ESPN and found all sorts of interesting things about NBA All-Star voting, including 10 hyperactive bot accounts voting for Leonard about 1,000 times per day, a figure that Kelly called "outrageously high."

 
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"NAB 2018: Analytics Scientists Look at Social Media and Bots" 

(Etcentric, April 2018)

Fabric Media chief executive/founder Jason Damata led a discussion at NAB with two experts in the field of social media intelligence...Dr. John Kelly is chief executive at Graphika, which turns “network relationships into dynamic maps of social influence, enabling precision targeting and action to drive business results.”

 
 
 
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"Senator warns YouTube algorithm may be open to manipulation by 'bad actors'" 

(The Guardian, February 2018)

The 8,000 YouTube-recommended videos were also analysed by Graphika, a commercial analytics firm that has been tracking political disinformation campaigns. It concluded many of the YouTube videos appeared to have been pushed by networks of Twitter sock puppets and bots controlled by pro-Trump digital consultants with “a presumably unsolicited assist” from Russia.

 
 

"How an ex-YouTube insider investigated its secret algorithm" 

(The Guardian, February 2018) 

The Guardian shared the entire database with Graphika, a commercial analytics firm that has tracked political disinformation campaigns...The company discovered more than 513,000 Twitter accounts had tweeted links to at least one of the YouTube-recommended videos in the six months leading up to the election.