Growth5 Blog

Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Recorded Future

Sean Carton brought recordedfuture.com to my attention a couple of weeks ago. It's an interesting site. Here's what they say about their service:
"Recorded Future's linguistics and statistics algorithms extract time-related information and through temporal reasoning helps users understand relationships between entities and events over time, to form the world's first temporal analytics engine."
In English, what they mean is: when anyone or any company publishes something they expect to happen at a specific point in the future, we put it in our database and code key words so you can search for it.

For anyone who does a lot of research, this service could be really useful. They have implemented a freemium model: get a taste for free, pay $149/month for more.

Here's a short video explaining how it works:



Thanks Sean!

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