Company

Founded in 2013, Soteria Intelligence is a technology company based in Los Angeles, California that has spent the past 4 years researching and developing machine learning technologies that deliver the next generation of social media intelligence. After realizing the power of what we built, we began developing other machine learning solutions outside of social media, which will be launching in 2018.

Vision

Our groundbreaking social media intelligence software uses machine learning to cut through the noise and deliver insights clients need, when they need them. We do this by utilizing a blend of Natural Language Processing (NLP), image recognition, sentiment analysis and other data points all tied together using proprietary algorithms. Best of all, the more users interact with the software the more intelligent and effective it becomes.

Executive Team

Aaron Schoenberger

Aaron Schoenberger

Founder, CEO

Vasant Kearney

Vasant Kearney

CTO

John Dorsey

John Dorsey

COO

Directors and Advisors

Dr. Stephen Coggeshall

Dr. Stephen Coggeshall

Director

Lester S. Briney

Lester S. Briney

Director

Glenn Gow

Glenn Gow

Director

Joel Grushkin

Joel Grushkin

Advisor

Christian Salaman

Christian Salaman

General Counsel

Joel Grushkin

Joel Grushkin

Advisor

Christian Salaman

Christian Salaman

General Counsel

Social Media Investigations: Uncovering What’s Behind the Curtain

Like Inspector Gadget or Sherlock Holmes performing investigations that lead to epic crimes being solved ranging from cookie bandits to global intellectual property infringement cases nowadays, we are living in a world where social media data changes the game and having access to those insights in near real-time is critical.

How Do You Use Social Media Data Analytics to Solve Problems?

For many years people have used insights derived from data analytics to solve problems, and today social media analytics tools play a key role in solving a wide range of problems from identifying food safety or supply chain issues to more serious causes for concern like threats to security.

Las Vegas Flooding, Hotels Overwhelmed: Using Social Media Analytics to Solve Problems

The world is an interesting place today and nobody could have predicted the floods that are occurring in Las Vegas now and affecting a wide variety of casinos, hotels, restaurants and other businesses.

The Power of Social Media Analytics for Class Action Lawsuits

The world is evolving at a rapid pace and part of that evolution includes social media playing a key role in our daily lives whether it’s around influencing what we buy or things happening behind the scenes like social media analytics being used in the legal space to...

Spotify App Update: Using AI to Prioritize/Sort Playlists When Saving Songs

Our main focus is on delivering enterprise social media analytics and business intelligence solutions using our patented deep learning ecosystem, and it’s exciting when we uncover game-changing trends along the way. In particular, how Spotify is making moves by integrating AI to improve their user experiences.

Our Insights: Instagram Finally Rolls Out 60-Second Stories

Following Instagram’s progress over the years has been a wild ride ranging from how the platform exploded in the early days to the ways they took inspiration from Snapchat and others along the way, and based on our research/data it’s exciting to see that Instagram is finally rolling out 60-second stories to the masses.

Social Media Analytics Lessons for Hedge Funds: The GameStop Short Squeeze

After guiding a variety of companies in the financial industry on social media analytics from private equity firms to hedge funds this post touches on the GameStop Short Squeeze and lessons to be learned from that.

3 Ways Restaurant Chains are Using Social Media Analytics

Food is a language everyone speaks around the world and it’s cool to see how social media has impacted the food industry over the past 15 years ranging from marketing tactics being implemented to the ways food companies analyze conversations on social media, and this post touches on 3 of the most common ways we see restaurant chains using social media analytics.

Social Media Analytics for Security Teams: Discovering Anomalies

Throughout our lives there are outside forces – many of which we can’t control – that either impact us directly or tangentially, and it’s interesting to see how certain behaviors become normal based on pop culture, society and other factors. Though on the other hand, there are behaviors that stand out because they drastically deviate from the norm.

Our Research: The Ways Social Media Engagement/Metrics Influence Behaviors

We are living in a social media world where trends drive behaviors and what’s most interesting to us is why such behaviors occur in the first place from the Popeyes chicken sandwich craze to the epic GameStop short squeeze that will live on forever.

Have a Question?

We’ll be happy to help.