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Sentiment Tool Scans Twitter To Set Super Bowl Odds
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1/27/2012 | 3:59:29 PM
re: Sentiment Tool Scans Twitter To Set Super Bowl Odds
Thanks for the coverage, Seth, I think that you hit upon the very key factors in what makes Neurolingo's core Mnemosyne technology so powerful - it is not just a matter of it being able to parse well-known words but to be able to tease apart any set of text characters to develop unique and highly tailored grammars and syntaxes that reveal semantic meaning. Shore Communications Inc. is assisting Neurolingo in the marketing of Sentibet and its core technologies for U.S. markets, and we see great potential for their use in many markets where both specialised industry sector languages and rapidly shifting consumer communication patterns need very tailored insights that go far beyond mere sentiment gauging. More information is available via shore.com/contact.


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