This Algorithm Distills Your Life Story From Your Twitter Stream

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Just how much do your tweets reveal about you?

plerudulier‘s insight:

Researchers from Cornell and Carnegie Mellon University have created an algorithm that can tell a Twitter user’s life story based on information shared over his or her account, according to theMIT Technology Review. By examining a person’s tweets and interactions — and the tweets of his or her followers — professors Jiwei Li of Carnegie Mellon and Claire Cardie of Cornell say they can create a chronological timeline of someone’s life.

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