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"Nice and informational. What is the benefit of 'whitening'?"

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Jim Sharpe replied to surya prakash Sahu's discussion Is filtering tweets proved to be useful?

"IMO this is an excellent podcast series. The one on sarcasm is episode 48 is particularly good.
https://blogs.nvidia.com/ai-podcast/"

Mar 29, 2018

surya prakash Sahu replied to surya prakash Sahu's discussion Is filtering tweets proved to be useful?

"I am mainly focusing on researches/fields that are being done by filtering tweets or things that have been achieved by filtering tweets. So here I want to know about filtering of tweets and it's various uses and implications.But your suggestion…"

Mar 28, 2018

Vincent Granville replied to surya prakash Sahu's discussion Is filtering tweets proved to be useful?

"We have posted a few articles on this topic, see here. One way to handle it is to
Automatically crawl the web to see if the same article is also posted in trustworthy outlets
Has the media source in question been flagged in the past for…"

Mar 27, 2018

surya prakash Sahu posted a discussion### Is filtering tweets proved to be useful?

There are a lot of research going on tweets like fake news, event detection, sarcasm detection etc., So depending upon situation, people may leverage a common observable pattern to filter relevant tweets from the tweet stream.Have anyone come across any such implementation or research?How such application can be proved to be useful from theoretical/implementation/research view point, apart from the fact they will be time efficient?See More

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