Liquid Helium: a language heuristics engine for the future of content
Liquid Helium is Stremor’s language heuristics engine. The first language analysis engine of its kind. It converts written content into mathematical values and algorithms for predictable analysis, extraction, and manipulation. Liquid Helium factors information about sentence and paragraph structure, word usage, parts of speech, grammar, writing style, punctuation, and inherent bias through a vast collection of proprietary rules, filters, and custom language libraries. As overwhelming as this may sound, Stremor has injected this technology into simple, approachable consumer offerings that demonstrate the ability of Liquid Helium to close the gap between information and knowledge in three verticals: content discovery, creation, and consumption.
From blogger to boardroom, the ability to manipulate, score, and analyze language is invaluable. Traditionally, whenever text required editing or review, it was performed by a human with results varying based on their individual skill level. Using Liquid Helium, authors benefit from the ability to have content analyzed, scored, summarized, or repurposed for use in multiple mediums. Data analysts gain access to the vast amounts of critical information hidden in thousands of emails, support tickets, and sales communications. In much the same way robotic systems transformed assembly lines, Liquid Helium is automating the process of extracting knowledge from information.
Liquid Helium for any platform or application
Liquid Helium offers several key features via its API. The ability to summarize content to any length, at any level of detail. The ability to extract sentiment, bias, reading level, technical level, formality, urgency, and whether or not content is editorial in nature are just a few of the language scores that can be returned. Liquid Helium can also detect action items from text in email; for example, if the author was looking for a follow up, the people mentioned, the time, the phone numbers and the places.