This is a big one from the house of Twitter. Its announced limits on how users can automate tweets, as a step to combat spam & bots.
This Web-based service isn’t just a keyword based spam filter, its artificial intelligence foundation means it understands words sort of like a human being does, analyzing the meanings of sentences automatically, rather than checking against a keyword list like Facebook does.
Want to download an ebook? Subscribe to a newsletter? Sign up for those coupons? But the sticking point often is that you have to give up your email privacy, right? You can outwit the spammers by using a temporary email ID.
‘Knowmail’ messaging engine claims to provide an “intelligent view” of your Inbox, consisting of ‘state of mind’ filters to automatically prioritize emails.
Spammers, beware, is what these guys are shouting from the rooftops. Surely you know the feeling when you open up your Inbox & there’s a clutter of 250 emails. Your important messages are buried, & it takes you forever to sort out the ones from your work or friends. You’re just drowning in coupons from shoe merchants, offers from financial advisors or travel deal specialists & newsletters from the society of amateur birdwatchers. This startup now helps clear the clutter.