Hopkins pair mines 2B tweets for patterns in health care information

Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University found in a recent study that looking at how people complain about headaches, allergies or even the flu on the social media website Twitter can yield valuable public health information not available through other channels. Mark Dredze, an assistant research professor of computer science and researcher at the university’s Human ...

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