An opportunistic social network
RAIMA is an example of an opportunistic social network. Unlike other social media platforms, the system mandate is to enhance interpersonal communication rather than replacing it.
RAIMA works by clustering a socio-centric network with the fluidity to adjust based on context. As social settings and semantics change, RAIMA will adapt and form new clusters that are relevant to the current environment. For example, commonalities for a group of users can change during business hours and again in the evening. Accounting for all contextually relevant factors at any given time, the program offers enhanced usability for navigating social networks and building suitable teams in the corporate environment.