February 12, 2019 dan@lelexprime.com Artificial Intelligence

Lelex Prime in the news

April 2019, Lelex Prime wins grant award from Digital Sandbox KC – Time to see green: 3 startups spring into Digital Sandbox KC proof-of-concept program Thanks for the nice write up Kansas City Business Journal. Looking forward to putting our stamp on the world. Check out the article: Olathe AI startup finds fast growth with Fortune…

February 11, 2019 rrneal Emergence

Computational Social Science from Web 2.0 to Cybergen

By Richard Neal Opinion Dynamics and Collective Decisions, as a scientific practice under the multidisciplinary force identified as Computational Social Science (CSS), represent the next phase in expanding the specialized methodology for understanding the complexities inherent with holding, sharing and changing individual preferences and judgements within the context of the social system from which said…

January 28, 2019 rrneal Communications

Are Social Echo Chambers a Gift or a Curse?

Does Successful Communication depend on Echo Chambers? Lelex Prime utilizes socio-psychological research from around the world to constantly evolve our array of models referencing human behavior. The available corpus expands beyond 34 million articles and is growing continually. Every once in a while we enjoy highlighting published research that we think you’ll find interesting. Recently,…

December 9, 2018 dan@lelexprime.com Ask Lelex Prime

Will China Kill eSports

Emerging trends in eSports We’ve written before about the vastly popular eSports and how to appropriately understand this booming industry, and more importantly, understand who is engaging with eSports. You can read about the audience overview here → eSports Fans vs Gamers Lelex Prime gets asked a lot about eSports nowadays. Seems like every agency…

November 29, 2018 rrneal Economic Theory

Selfishness & Collective Economic Theory

New Concepts in Behavioral Economics By Richard R Neal II, CSO Lelex Prime How thinking and emotions affect individual decisions and how current technologies misidentify attributes of consumer behaviors. The standard model for depicting human behaviors specifically the individual (economic) decisions which cumulatively impact the behavior of markets remains restricted and, even, overly terse. Economists employ…