US Navy Wants 350 Billion Social Media Posts
mardi 28 mai 2019, 19:25 , par Slashdot
The US Navy is seeking to create an archive of at least 350 billion social media posts from around the world, in order to study how people talk online. From a report: The military project team has not specified which social media platform it intends to collect the data from. The posts must be publicly available, come from at least 100 different countries and include at least 60 different languages. They should also date between 2014 and 2016. The details were revealed in a tender document from the Naval Postgraduate School for a firm to provide the data. Applications have now closed. Additional requirements included: the posts must come from at least 200 million unique users; no more than 30% can come from a particular country; at least 50% must be in a language other than English; location information must be included in at least 20% of the records; private messaging and user information will not form part of the database.
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