Can computers have an opinion?
September 30th, 2006

Obviously, they can’t, but computers can scan through text and deduct human opinions from factual information. This branch of natural-language processing (NLP) is called ‘information extraction’ and is used by a consortium of three universities for sorting facts and opinions for Homeland Security. Read more…

Links: Primidi, ZDNet

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