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2017 HW Tech100 Winner: Housing Tides

Aggregates and analyzes housing media to understand overall sentiment

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Housing Tides

 

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Housing Tides uses machine learning to comprehensively aggregate and analyze the housing media.

As an IBM Watson partner, Housing Tides uses a mix of natural language processing, natural language classification and sentiment analysis to gain insight into the overall direction and sentiment of housing media.

Using IBM Watson tools, Housing Tides not only captures all relevant news flow, but analyzes it for sentiment on a positive to negative scale. This enables Housing Tides to discern overall sentiment movement as well as sentiment by media source, author and other perspectives.

Additionally, Housing Tides uses machine learning to identify and capture forecasts made across the media sources it aggregates.

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