Narrative Science was featured in yesterday's NYT business section. Link to article below.
The article chronicles the company's origins at Northwestern and includes a number of testimonials from our customers, an AI researcher and our lead VC investor. There's also a bold claim made by our CTO, Kris Hammond:
Mr. Hammond cited a media maven’s prediction that a computer program might win a Pulitzer Prize in journalism in 20 years — and he begged to differ.
“In five years,” he says, “a computer program will win a Pulitzer Prize — and I’ll be damned if it’s not our technology.”
Update: Steve Lohr posted a follow up on the Bits blog at the NYT this morning: http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2011/09/12/writing-machines-their-uses-and-meaning/
We also collaborated with the Wall Street Journal to produce a memorial for 9/11. Our software is automatically curating the tweets on this page: http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424053111903285704576561611322288314.html. The WSJ is pulling in the posts we find and rendering them on the page along with photos from Flickr and Instagram.