Media News - Wednesday, May 02, 2012
Zapaday, the open news calendar, Tuesday launched a news service that publishes breaking future news headlines. The service, available at www.zapaday.com/newheadlines/, uses real time analysis of online news and Twitter texts to spot upcoming headlines as they emerge. The news service is freely available at www.zapaday.com. Mid May, the Breaking Future News service will be available in the free ‘Tomorrow’ iPhone app and in the upcoming Zapaday mobile website. Zapaday uses Natural Language Processing technology to analyze events and stories from thousands of news, government and company websites. Zapaday also spots ‘trending future events’ on Twitter, working together with Alan Ritter, a computer scientist at the University of Washington. The future news service now requires approval by editors. In June, Zapaday will launch a next version of the service that will include stories that are automatically spotted, selected and published by computers. (Zapaday)
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