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Android users’ favorite smartphone is… the iPhone!

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Como se puede ver en el gráfico superior, Apple es la linea gris, la compañía de la manzana es la que mejor promedio ha conseguido de entre el resto de marcas. Las marcas están seleccionadas entre las que más usuarios tienen, ya que si introduces marcas con menos comentarios los resultados se falsean ligeramente. El último pico que vemos en la gráfica pertenece justo al lanzamiento del iPhone 11, que parece que en el foro de Android de Reddit fue muy bien recibido.

Android users’ favorite smartphone is… the iPhone!
Android users’ favorite smartphone is… the iPhone!

Sin duda se trata de un experimento de lo más curioso , seguramente si se realizara una votación en el foro de Android de Reddit el iPhone no estaría en la primera posición como mejor smartphone, sin embargo con un análisis basado en miles de comentarios esa es la conclusión.

Internet is that place where you can develop an Artificial Intelligence to reveal which is the favorite smartphone of the biggest Android forum of the network and that the iPhone comes out as chosen .

That’s what happened on Reddit, it couldn’t be in pro place. In the forum, Coayer, a student of machine learning, thought that to solve the eternal doubt about which is the favorite smartphone of the users the best thing was to create an Artificial Intelligence that studies the comments made by the users during the last 3 years . At first glance it seems like a great idea and a lot of fun, which would also allow you to show off your programming skills.

Most curious of all, after analyzing all the forum comments that users have written over the last three years, the iPhone has been the winning smartphone .

This user explains step by step how he has created this neural network to analyze user feedback. He first started with Amazon comments to train himself, based on the average of the ratings, the artificial intelligence was able to detect if a comment was good or bad . The neural network marked positive comments with a 1 and negative comments with a 0.

The same principle was used to analyse the comments from the last three years of Reddit’s rAndroid forum to try and discover what users’ favourite brand was. As with the Amazon comments, this artificial intelligence gave a 1 if the comment on a particular brand was positive, and a 0 if the comment was negative . Phrases like: ” I hate that iOS is so restricted in options ” would give Apple a 0. With all this data, Coayer has created a graph in which you can see the “feeling” towards different brands and how this grows and decreases over time, but the most surprising was the result.

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