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Difficult Conversation

Difficult conversation automatic feedback
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Automatic feedback for Difficult Conversation elements as proposed in some of the difficult conversation books (e.g. Douglas Stone book) using Natural Language Processing techniques.
avrishpigel, Oct 13 2015

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       But why under business:advertising? This should be under computer:web:app oh there is no app category :-(   

       whoops. Let me rephrase... I liked your idea. Perhaps there's a better category.
pashute, Oct 13 2015

       I'm pretty sure there's an x:software category or two... probably a "grammar" category as well, if that's what the idea's about.
FlyingToaster, Oct 13 2015

       This is an excellent idea. I don't understand it at all.
MaxwellBuchanan, Oct 13 2015

       Wasn't that cool, that thing I read in that book, wouldn't it be nice if it were in software?
pertinax, Oct 16 2015

       Since this is under business:advertising I assume you're describing how businesses know whether their ads are working by whether people are buying.
sninctown, Oct 16 2015

       To me the title is a tautology. I find most conversation difficult.
RayfordSteele, Oct 16 2015


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