PALM SPRINGS, CA — (Marketwired) — 06/09/16 — WorldFlix, Inc. (OTC PINK: WRFX), an App / Technology company that operates through a variety of niche industries using unique and disruptive technologies, is pleased to announce the company’s app development business, App Farm, has begun developing a new niche app that will be built around artificial intelligence.
This new app will feature patent-pending psychological profiling technology. WorldFlix, Inc. (OTC PINK: WRFX) is also working with artificial intelligence technology experts as well as psychology experts to ensure the technology and app user ability synchronize.
The app in development will help users find the ideal person using artificial intelligence technology to cross reference all social media platforms in order to gain a true sense of the prospective candidate, whether it be for hiring, dating, or for other means. WorldFlix, Inc.’s new artificial intelligence app will pull information on a specific individual, and build a profile of that person, helping to establish their true character. This is done by way of evaluating social media posts and trends which can indicate morality, stability, excessive partying, and / or other profiling features.
“Although we have not detailed the genre of the new app, we have established strong interest in the new technology for dating, and business purposes, stated Brad Listermann, CEO WorldFlix, Inc.
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