Artificial Intelligence Company Analyzes 100 Millionth Clinton and Trump Election Tweet

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Aicial's Twitter Presidential Election Monitor analyzes it's 100 millionth tweet. 51,527 Trump related and 44,707 Clinton related tweets have already been shown to have likely come from bots.

In less than a month since launching their powerful new website (http://www.2016tweets.live) that provides the public with real-time data from the world’s tweets regarding Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, tech start-up Aicial has just analyzed its one-hundred-millionth tweet on the Presidential candidates.

In addition to this epochal milestone, the company recently began tracking and reporting on the number of bots that follow, like, and retweet the two major accounts. As bots can confuse and often mislead voters into thinking one party has more support than the other, this analysis allows the public to see the competing candidates on a more even playing field. So far Aicial has analyzed over 109,000 unique Twitter accounts that are engaging with Clinton and Trump.

Aicial Co-Founder and CEO, Troy Kelly said the company is committed to further development of the social engine and is quite interested in discussing potential partnerships with news and media outlets. The company is highly agile and able to develop bespoke, station branded dashboards along with geographically filtered data to suit any organization’s community.

Aicial is a Machine Learning Social Intelligence platform currently being built in San Francisco, CA by Aicial, Inc. Founded by three Australian's the technology startup is currently seeking founders and investment. Aicial is a machine learning platform that understands consumers through their posts and interactions, to guide better content for publishers.

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