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Robert Klein

Thanks for the article recommendation. It's always good to hear someone recommend the interdisciplinary approach to make sense of information. Hopefully that attitude gains traction. Wanted to pass along word that we've put out an API that correlates themes in unstructured data. It's great for making sense out of huge amounts of text. Give it a look and let me know if you have and comments or questions. Thanks!

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