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Dec 06, 2017 17:40 EEST
December 6 (SeeNews) - Bulgarian company Media Monitor said on Wednesday it plans to introduce a platform that will feature artificial intelligence technologies next year.
The new platform will combine semantic technologies, neural networks and machine training systems to enable in-depth real-time media analysis, the provider of clipping and media monitoring services said in a statement.
The technologies implemented in the platform are capable of providing information to customers about the attitude of opinion leaders to a specific topic in terms of their positive or negative reaction to the topic, the company added.
Media Monitor's platform is processing more than 500,000 units of information per week in Bulgaria. It is also covering Croatia, Serbia and Romania.
A technological development that is also expected to be launched in early 2018 is the opportunity for users to see, online, the nuance of any piece of information in traditional and social media in real time. The innovation is based on artificial intelligence technology of Media Monitor's partner company Identrics.
The new technology platform will also integrate the possibility for setting up an alert in case certain pre-set criteria have been met.
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