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What do Czech, Hebrew and Italian have in common?
Answer: they have just been added to the Gavagai Living Lexicon, which is an unsupervised semantic memory that continuously learns language by reading large amounts of online news and social media. You can think of the lexicon as a brain in silico (or, equivalently, as a piece of artificial intelligence) that tirelessly reads online media and learns how terms are related to each other. As of today (2016-02-16), the Gavagai Living Lexicon contains the following 20 languages: Czech, Danish, Ducth, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Swedish …and more is…
Spanish in Gavagai’s Living Lexicon
Spanish is now live in Gavagai Living Lexicon. It took about 3 days to add. Since the lexicon is at the heart of our systems, Spanish is now available in all our applications and the API. So now you can add targets in Spanish in the Monitor, explore themes in Spanish for answers to open-ended survey questions in Explorer, lookup relationships between words in Spanish in Living Lexicon, and make API calls with Spanish text, for example to get multi-dimensional sentiment (“love”, “hate”, “fear”, “violence”, “desire”, “skepticism”, “positive sentiment”, and “negativity”) or to cluster the most relevant sentences of Spanish texts (just like in…