Chapter 20: Building a social compass
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Just like Google Maps shows where somebody is in the physical world, where they can go, and where the bottlenecks and traffic jams are, the "Social Compass" helps individuals navigate the social landscape of their emotions and the emotions of others to become a better member of a team. It tells individuals how they see others, how others see them, and what they can do to be happier, and more collaborative and productive. The SocialCompass can be used to find the ideal team members, based on their moral and ethical values, based on their personality, and based on their tribes. The same technology can also be used to measure emotions of horses and dogs, and to use plants as biosensors by analyzing their feedback to human movement.

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