Shouldn’t computers know what you need without you having to tell them? A new app from Expect Minds and serial entrepreneur Tim Tuttle called Mindmeld hopes to think ahead and help us overwhelmed humans deal with more and more data.
MindMeld is an iPad app (for now) that uses Facebook’s open graph and identity to help create quick audio or video conferences. Add a few people and start talking. But here is where things get interesting: As you speak (or other participants speak), the app listens and starts surfacing information pertaining to what you are talking about.
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