Here is how I leveraged Machine Learning, NLP, and Twitter to have my own digital newspaper delivered daily.

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His aunt and uncle exchanged looks of outrage.
“Listening to the news! Again?”
“Well, it changes every day, you see,” said Harry.

I like reading the news — a lot. I endlessly scroll through Twitter and Google News daily in the quest to read better news. And when I think of it, it is for no particular reason.


A brief history of how I jostled, fenced, and scrambled my way with Twitter to mine replies to a tweet

A snapshot of my “news” from twitter

Twitter’s API is loved by all of us, isn’t it? It gives us access to a treasure trove of information, misinformation, disinformation and whatnot- almost in real time. It feeds the beginner NLP Engineer/Data Scientists dream of collecting processable data efficiently. And it is ridiculously well documented by enough of the community through their blog posts, stack overflows, and wrappers. Last I counted from memory, I recollected at least five different python wrappers to access the API.


A brief history of my startup’s time.


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How I miss you, poetry little describes.


“Way too much coffee. But if it weren’t for the coffee, I’d have no identifiable personality whatsoever.” — David Letterman

I have had the opportunity to have some really-very-different kinds of coffee and all that I look for before the aftertaste even leaves my tongue is the next opportunity to have a coffee. The only thing other than coffee that I am addicted to is failed attempts at giving it up. On my best days, I can have eight, maybe nine cups by dusk and when I need to, the number can go higher- depending on mileage that I need to provide my task. But, get one thing clear. I just admire the aroma and the taste. The so-called kick…


Gateways mean hope.


A recent incident brought into public view, a long standing societal practice in India. Growing as a collective entity is something we have done in leaps and bounds, especially when adapting to practices which we appreciate from elsewhere, certain chains still hold us back, to surprising, rather shocking extents.

Adithya L Narayanan

Works towards mastering Data Sciences and Ops Research in the free time he gets between watching “Billions” and reading the news. His alter ego likes writing.

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