Keep up with the latest news from Wisconsin’s innovation community with these recent headlines:

—Lumanu, a Milwaukee-based developer of marketing software that helps customers identify social media users to serve as “influencers” for their brands, was the subject of a Milwaukee Journal Sentinel profile. The startup, which was part of the most recent class to graduate from the Wisconsin-based accelerator Gener8tor, currently has five full-time employees. According to the report, Lumanu encourages users who advocate for products and businesses to disclose that they’re being paid to do so, but only above a certain threshold of compensation.

—The Journal Sentinel also recently published an article that examined some of the innovative technologies being developed at GE Healthcare, a medtech company headquartered in Chicago but which designs and manufactures many of its devices in Wisconsin. Read the full story here.