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July 03, 2013


French company Spotter has developed an analytics tool that claims to have up to 80% accuracy in identifying sarcastic comments posted online.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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Sarcastic? Moi?

A lot of people are sarcastic today. It's always hard to determine was someone really means when they are sarcastic

How else would they know when not to surrender.

Oh, eet es jzust ah jzoke.

I was the test case.

The blog posts a perfect 0.0.

It hit this blog and crashed. What do you expect from a beta version?

oh really, really, ya think. um duh.

A young friend of mine has a T-shirt:

American Sarcasm Society
Like we need your support.

Wish I'd thought of that.

Yeah, right.

One valuable boookmark on my computer is a site that analyses for...well, the name includes the phrase "Bulls#it detection tool."
I try not to use it on political analysis because I don't want to overload my computer.

Omni, I've got a large aluminum plaque with that saying in my office. Don't remember what it cost, but it was worth every penny.

I for one am incredibly impressed...

Great headline, Mr. Blog.

So they say.

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