Cuseum Receives U.S. Patent for Content Delivery System Based on Analysis of Location, Activity, and Sentiment

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Cuseum is proud to announce the issuance of United States Patent No. 10,264,392 related to a new method of delivering content based on a user’s location, activity, and emotional response. The company continues to expand its inventive mobile solutions to serve the evolving needs of museums, attractions, and nonprofits.

“We continue to invest in our products through extensive research and development, and a passion for elevating the mobile experience,” said Brendan Ciecko, CEO of Cuseum. “With the granting of this patent, our efforts and innovations have received further validation. We’re enthusiastic about how these new approaches to content delivery will serve to enhance the experience for our customers and their users.”

Cuseum has developed several innovative approaches to the adoption and delivery of content and media based on a variety of contextual inputs paired with artificial intelligence. This latest advancement incorporates the analysis of emotional sentiment of users as they view any object, product, or point of interest. The company’s newest patent has broad commercial appeal and application to a variety of sectors, including public attractions, retail, and tourism.

“As the mobile landscape and consumer expectations continue to evolve, we’re excited to contribute to this new era of smartphone-driven, contextual experiences,” Ciecko added.

This patent is the fourth in a series of mobile technology patents granted to the company, and further endorses the world-class level of innovation produced by Cuseum.

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