Michael Wu's gamification deck at Vator Spark

Kristin Karaoglu · May 4, 2012 · Short URL: https://vator.tv/n/2671

Lithium's chief scientist on the science of gamification

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The first keynote speaker of the morning at the inaugural Vator Spark event was Michael Wu, chief scientist, from Lithium.com. Lithium is a business helping companies engage their social customers to be the best advocates they can. 

Also read Krystal Peak's write-up on Wu's presentation, Gamification is not alone a sustainable solution.

(Check back on Vator News as we will be posting the presentations of the speakers. See other gamification write-ups below under related news.)


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Your customers are everywhere. Lithium helps you find your social customers, understand their influence, and build lasting relationships. For market leaders such as Best Buy, AT&T, Research In Motion Limited (RIM), Univision, and PayPal, Lithium is the leading provider of social customer solutions that deliver real business results. The Lithium Social Customer Suite offers complete social monitoring, a comprehensive community platform, and actionable analytics across millions of blogs, forums, and social networking sites. Our technology is proven in high-volume, growth environments and provides security, open and custom APIs, and multi-language support. Founded in 2001, Lithium is privately held with headquarters in Emeryville, California. For more information, visit www.lithium.com. Or, engage with us on Twitter, Facebook, and our community – the Lithosphere.


Michael Wu PhD

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I'm the Principal Scientist at Lithium. My research includes: behavioral economics of gamification, modeling Influence propagation, predictive and actionable social analytic, cyber anthropology, etc.