“DeepWord” tests emails, tweets, Facebook posts and instant messages, then instantly tells you what the writer was thinking and feeling. And, users say it is often “eerily” perceptive.
Just paste some text into the input field on the DeepWord website and you will receive four insights into the writer’s focus, openness, mood and deeper motivations.
It’s powerful. Like reading someone’s mind. And, it’s completely private. Only you will see the message and the results.
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Our small team spent hundreds of hours writing this new type of dictionary. There are nearly one million decision points, each one given a number value. The magic of IT, psychology, and math does the rest.
DeepWord is a great help in understanding your partner more deeply. You can learn so much more about how your children, friends, and family are thinking and feeling.
At work, you can measure your messages before you send them and you can gauge your colleagues’ and clients’ communication.
What Can DeepWord Tell You?
“There are three decisions pending, and we await the boss’s thoughts. Until then, we should draw conclusions from the evidence at hand.”
The writer is focused particularly on their certainties: their knowledge or beliefs. This message is about a deeper reality.
DeepWord indicates that the writer is “mostly closed” to other ideas. This reinforces the notion of certainty.
The tone of the message is “categorical, smart, and determined.” Here we see a further emphasis on presenting as fully understanding something and being sure to get the message across.
On a deeper level, the writer is “distant, candid, and vigilant.” The tone appears to be “of this world”, but the psychological stance is classically focused on beliefs.
“I am so happy to hear from you. What a joy. I love what you said about Mary and will laugh all the way home.”
The writer is focused on feeling and expressing themselves. They are willing to make their feelings clear to anyone who wants to hear.
The writer is “partly closed,” which means they are sure about what they are saying but may be open to other points of view, should someone express them appropriately.
The tone of the message is “influential, unyielding, and vigilant.” The writer hopes you will accept this tone and that you will perceive it as being correct in the current circumstances.
The writer seems to be “certain, trustworthy, and smart.” They are trying hard to get their message through
and they are trying to be honest.
“First, an animal must be fed properly. Second, it must be sheltered from the weather. Third, it must be cared for when it is ill.”
The writer is focused on giving instructions. The message is designed to ensure how things will be dealt with in the future or how things must be done, henceforth.
The writer is “mostly closed, “which means they want to make their message clear and their intention perfectly obvious.
The tone of the message is “expectant, smart, purposeful.” The writer had adopted a tone that projects into the future in a way that is intelligent and focused on particular outcomes.
The writer seems to be “vigilant, trustworthy, emphatic.” They will not take a backward step, nor will they deny their honest attempt at understanding an issue.