Isis technology featured in The Economist
14 October 2009
A technology enabling computers to assess the emotional meaning of text is featured in The Economist.
Professor Stephen Pulman and and Karo Moilanen of Oxford University's Computing Laboratory are working with Isis to commercialise the tool which uses "sentiment analysis" software to assess text by understanding the grammatical structure of sentences. By applying and analysing emotional labels, the software can construct sentiment scores for the concepts mentioned in the text, as a combination of positive, negative and neutral results.
Read The Economist article here .
Click to read the Automated Analysis of Text profile page here.
To read an interview with Stephen Pulman, visit the Oxford Science Blog here .
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