1. SENSE-EU: This one goes on top, because it was the only one to get #BREXIT right.
Showcases online conversation summarisation technology developed within the SENSEI European Project. Every day, more than 300 000 posts across multilingual media sources on the topic of the UK EU Referendum are captured and automatically analysed by SENSEI technology. A team of human and machine data curators generate this analysis and teach the algorithms to continue improving. You can find out more about the multilingual media sources we monitor and about our algorithms.
This has been commercialized as: https://websays.com/en/about/ by Hugo Zaragoza: https://unorganizedmachines.wordpress.com/hugo-zaragoza/ and https://www.linkedin.com/in/hugozaragoza.
2. Bing. Bing?
- Bing Predicts: Vote on the UK’s EU referendum55.44% Remain, 44.56% Leave
Bing uses web and social data to make predictions. See how
Last updated on 13 June 2016
3. Kensho, where the claim is that “A lot of people who make over $350,000 are about to get replaced by software.”
4. Instadat, where the claim is that
Our evolving deep neural net and variable engineering feedback loop capitalizes on Artificial Intelligence planning systems to generate automated forecasts with unprecedented adaptability and accuracy.
5. Geofeedia, where the claim is that
Our patented, cloud-based, location-based intelligence platform lets you predict, analyze, and act on real-time social media content by location from anywhere in the world—with a single click.
6. These physics guys analyzing the New online ecology of adversarial aggregates: ISIS and beyond.
7. Inline research assistant Helix.
8. Graph databases as shown in Panama Papers exploit. “How the ICIJ Used Neo4j to Unravel the Panama Papers”.