Obsolete machines can’t solve human problems


What role does your technology play in the battle where context reigns over raw data?

Protecting human safety and security cannot be performed by technology alone: it requires unparalleled digital media literacy.  

Using a combination of open-source and human intelligence gathering practices, we support strategic partners in the media and technology sectors.

We help streamline intervention approaches to curb imminent harms and reduce long-term structural vulnerabilities and threats to public safety.

Our team is made up of open-source researchers and data analysts with over a decade of experience providing security, research and risk mitigation services to media and non-profit organizations, government agencies and corporations.



Don't let machines distract you from the human art of storytelling


We value the opportunity to work with strategic partners to produce long-form reporting and multimedia research projects. Over the past two years, we have had the privilege of working on an exciting mix of large-scale quantitative data projects and global OSINT investigations.

In the aftermath of the January 6 Capitol Insurrection, our team worked alongside the New York Times Visual Investigations Team to produce a series of investigations into the role played by the Oath Keepers, an anti-government militia.


Much of that work was later incorporated into Day of Rage, a documentary film that shows an in-depth look at how the day unfolded. The film has been shortlisted for a 2022 Oscar nomination.




In the lead up to the 2020 Election, we worked with The New York Times on the Stressed Election Series to uncover connections between various conspiracy communities intent on disrupting the electoral process.



After an international scam artist made millions of dollars impersonating Hollywood executives around the world, we helped track him down in collaboration with Campside Media. 

Chameleon: Hollywood Con Queen, a podcast detailing the investigation and ultimate exposure of the scam, peaked at #2 on the Apple charts and was named one of 2020's best podcasts by Spotify, Stitcher, and Rolling Stone.


                   






Our emotional intelligence outperforms your best artificial intelligence


If you are unsatisfied with the amount of information available on our website, feel free to reach out to us to set up some time to chat! 

We would love to tell you more about our investigative services, proprietary research, technology, and other cool stuff that we’re cooking up in the lab. The thing is, we humbly prefer not to discuss these kinds of things in public. If e-mail is not your thing, our vast network of carrier pigeons can be found at various locations along the Eastern Seaboard. 

Seriously though, we do have an e-mail address.
Please contact info@memetica.co for more information.