Have you ever wondered why Google can answer all your questions? Search “Places to Eat” and the results are lists of the top restaurants in Singapore. Search “Donald Trump” and the top result is the latest news revolving around Donald Trump. Search “How tall is the Singapore Flyer” and you are answered straightaway (165m FYI) … Continue reading Why Google can answer all your questions? And the answer is not PageRank!
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SEP Module-Mapping Optimizer Are you wrecking your brain over module mapping and deciding which University to apply for your Student Exchange Program (SEP)? As a typical year 2 Business Student, we are sure you will find yourself in a phase where you are constantly scratching your head over SEP University selection. You may have already … Continue reading Module Mapping Woes? We Can Help!
This is an abridged version of the original article. If you are interested in the technical details of the project, please read the full article here. University students complaining about tough school life, relationship problems and about the competitive job market surely sounds familiar. We, university students ourselves, can relate to it. A group of … Continue reading Are NUS students happy or sad?
Imagine if we could run a text - any text, through a code, press a button, and out would come a full analysis of the complexities of the human emotions and nuances behind them. That was what drew our team to this project and led us to step into the alien waters of sentiment analysis. … Continue reading Using Sentiment Analysis to Uncover the Emotions of University Students