Recorded Future is a search engine for future events. Search is only one aspect of its temporal analytics engine. It can also be used for competitive intelligence research, brand monitoring, and researching a person. Recorded Future has investment from Google and the CIA.
What Does Recorded Future Do?
1. Scour the web
We continually scan thousands of news publications, blogs, niche sources, trade publications, government web sites, financial databases and more
2. Extract, rank and organize
We extract information from text including entities, events, and the time that these events occur. We also measure momentum for each item in our index, as well as sentiment.
3. Make it accessible and useful
You can explore the past, present and predicted future of almost anything. Powerful visualization tools allow you to quickly see temporal patterns, or link networks of related information
You can sign for free to get lists of events related to selected topics or entities but in depth analysis and details would require one of the paid plans.
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