"Twine is an artificially intelligent personal web assistant that organizes information based on an auto-tagging engine.
It enables users to organize information and share it with others. They can upload contacts, pictures, and documents from their desktops, and save text, videos, and images from websites. Twine also uses software agents to import content and metadata from other sites, based on the knowledge the system builds about the user. Data brought into Twine is analyzed and tagged, with the system understanding if the keywords refer to people, places, or things. The tags are listed on a user's Twine page. Clicking on the keyword will bring up all the related information saved by the user or shared by other people in their network.
Twine is a product of Radar Networks.
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