The Presidential Race is getting into full swing, and Lexalytics is watching. By looking at the election through unbiased data we hope to enrich the dialogue surrounding the most important event in our democracy.
Lexalytics now covers 64% of the world’s population, or 4.9 billion people. With the addition of Polish alone, we’re able to provide actionable insight based on the conversations of 39 million Polish speakers worldwide.
We’ve just added three of the Nordic languages to our roster: Danish, Norwegian and Swedish. This means we now support 19 international languages, which brings our total coverage to over 63 percent of all of the native speakers in the world.
Social media monitoring is crucial for brand health, but an increasing number of studies are proving that SSM may provide new tools for improving population health as well. Here are three examples of science using social media to improve healthcare:
With constant content generation comes the necessity for automated analysis systems. This is especially true in the high frequency trading (HFT) of stock. In this week’s VentureBeat, Lexalytics CEO Jeff Catlin explores the potential pitfalls of utilizing AI for speed instead of accuracy in stock market transactions.