Sentiment Analysis

Posts and articles tagged with the Sentiment Analysis tags.

February 23, 2016
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Artificial Intelligence Then And Now [Infographic]

Artificial Intelligence (AI) has been very much integrated into our lives in the 21st century. Little did we know that the very first trace of AI dated back to the 1950s. According to the infographic by Narrative Science, the seminal paper “Computing Machinery and Intelligence” written by Alan Turing is the first AI […]
January 14, 2016
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Using RapidMiner For Sentiment Analysis

***As of April 3rd, 2016, this tutorial no longer works until further notice.*** The operator “Enrich Data by Webservice” of the RapidMiner Web Mining Extension seems to be having issues making connections to URLs over HTTPS protocol. Please contact RapidMiner to get more support.Please help us fix this tutorial by letting us know if you have […]
January 8, 2016
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How To Categorize User Comments?

To stay ahead of competition in the fast-paced society of today, it is essential for businesses to deploy and start reaping benefits from Text Analytics. In this post, we take a look at how to make use of Natural Language Processing (NLP) Technology to categorize user comments.   80% of an organization’s data is […]
January 2, 2016
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Twinword APIs Now On Amazon Web Service Marketplace

Our Human Text Understanding APIs are now on Amazon Web Service Marketplace! You can now utilize them to build your applications, with no setup or training data required, and a simple documentation! While the Sentiment Analysis and Lemmatizer APIs are Free and Unlimited, the rest are on the simple pricing policy of Pay As […]
November 24, 2015
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How To Automatically Categorize Emails?

“You’ve got too much emails” Ever found yourself in the situation of a flooded inbox full of emails? You immersed yourself in this “First Task of The Day”, spent the whole morning replying and addressing each and every email, and before you know it, you had already downed 2 cups of coffee […]
November 22, 2015
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What Is Machine Learning?

According to Stanford University’s definition, Machine Learning is the science of getting computers to act without being explicitly programmed. Through evolution, machine learning has made self-driving car possible, enabled smart phones to do speech recognition, and effectively optimized our web search experience. Machine learning has grown to be so sophisticated today, that it could even understand […]