Posts Tagged ‘Nara Logics’

Nara Logics Bringing Its Personalized Recommendations to Europe


Teresa Novellino of Upstart reports, “Nara Logics, the Cambridge, Massachusetts-based startup, announced today that it is bringing its technology nationwide in the United States and to 20 cities in Europe, where users can now get personalized recommendations on restaurants and hotels both on the Web and via mobile apps on their smartphones. Founded in 2010 by serial entrepreneur Thomas Copeman and built by MIT neuro- and computer scientist Nathan Wilson, Nara uses a brain-like learning algorithm, or artificial intelligence, to deliver the restaurant and hotel recommendations for specific users. It has trademarked the name of this ability as ‘Digital DNA,’ and the idea behind it is to cut through the irrelevant search results and go straight to the results that perfectly fit the user’s tastes.” Read more

Nara Offers Restaurant Recommendations Anywhere in the U.S.

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 04, 2013– Nara Logics Inc., a company that solves the problem of Web search by crafting a more personalized and liberating Web, today announced the availability of its service nationwide. Previously available in 50 cities throughout the United States and Canada, Nara is now able to curate a unique set of personalized restaurant recommendations for the individual anywhere across the country, from big cities to small towns and everywhere in between. Additionally, Nara has launched its Native iOS app for a sleek, user-friendly mobile experience, as well as a new Website redesign. Read more