The New York Times Can Now Predict Your Emotions and Motivations After Reading a Story

A new tool, unveiled at the NewFronts, will share those insights with advertisers

The New York Times is selling emotions to brands. Thanks to a tool it launched last year, the Times has used reader insights and machine learning to determine what its articles make readers feel, including happy, sad, hopeful and 15 other emotions.

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