You donât want a book recommendation from someone who hasnât read the book. So why, asks a new project called BookLamp, would you want to rely on an electronic recommendation based on marketing data rather than book content?
BookLamp is launching a new kind of book recommendation engine today that scans the texts of its partner publishers to establish what it calls âBook DNA.â
Much likeÂ Pandora assigns specific qualities to music, BookLamp measures the story components of a book (characteristics like history, domestic environments, physical injury) and how itâs written (density, pacing, dialog, description, motion).
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