DEEP WEB ANALYTICS
The global Knowledge Economy demands a unified view of media information that shows the big picture. Our AI is better trained on a deeper pool of data to deliver our users new knowledge and uniquely relevant perspectives better informing decision making. Our combined dataset consists of data harvested from publicly available open source and Deep Web material.
But what is the Deep Web? The deep web, invisible web, or hidden web are areas of the World Wide Web whose contents are often held behind paywalls, subscriber content or academic text or journals not indexed by standard web search-engines such as Google or Bing. The Deep Web is different from the “Surface Web”, which is fully indexed and accessible to those using the internet with a conventional search engine.
Remember the Deep Web should not be confused with the dark web. The Dark Web is parts of the World Wide Web providing access to illegal material, often used by those wishing to remain anonymous. Sites on the dark web are encrypted requiring special tools for access such as the Tor encryption tool.
We say comprehensive - judge for yourself! With over 2000 Global Broadcast TV and Radio stations, exclusive paywalled content, more than 9000 international trade journal and magazines, social media, blogs, forums and the processing of over 5million news articles per day in 100+ languages. 24x7 real-time media monitoring and alerts just got serious. Add in actionable insights... isn't it time you got the big picture?