June 2019

How To Get The Data Your AI Application Needs

Posted on September 28, 2017 by

Do you remember the saying, “For people who do not know where they are going, any path will take them there”? How things change! Today, it’s “No problem, let AI and machine learning figure it out!”. Artificial intelligence has advanced by leaps and bounds in recent years. Now, AI has beaten the world champion at

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How to use rated reviews for sentiment classification

Posted on February 9, 2017 by

Sentiment classification is a fascinating use case for machine learning. Regardless of complexity – you need two core components to deliver meaningful results; a machine learning engine and a significant volume of structured data to train that engine. Last month, we added the new “rating” field for rated review sites covered in the Webhose.io threaded

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How to access, cite, and defend web datasets in academic research

Posted on November 24, 2016 by

We’re used to getting questions about accessing structured web data. But recently, we’ve been fielding a different kind of use case.  Researchers and scientists have been asking about data citation conventions and how to defend research citing web datasets for peer review. As you might expect, we published our answers in the new Guide to Citing Web

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