EntityCube

EntityCube
Free
812 reviews
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Publisher

Microsoft Research

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Download size

1 MB

Last updated

7/25/2013

Version

1.6.0.0

Works with

  • Windows Phone 8.1
  • Windows Phone 8
  • Windows Phone 7.5

App requires

  • phone identity
  • data services
  • movement and directional sensor
  • web browser component
  • HD720P (720x1280)
  • WVGA (480x800)
  • WXGA (768x1280)
  • owner identity
What's this?

Supported languages (4)

English English (United States) 中文(简体) 中文
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EntityCube Mind-Reader is a crowdsourcing game based on the EntityCube research project of Microsoft. Just think of a name in your mind, such as a famous person, a movie, a pet and so on, our robot can figure out what you are thinking within 20 questions. The knowledge of this game is accumulated from Web entity mining and contributed by every player. The crowdsourced knowledge is used to train our machine learning algorithms and to make our robot more intelligent. 

The game was first launched in China. Millions of Chinese users have played our game and contributed to EntityCube knowledge base.  In this update, we added the English user interface.
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Reviews

  • by Raimund 3/13/2015
    Not good enough
  • by Jedediah 3/9/2015
    The interface is still in Chinese! Might be because my phone language is Spanish....
  • by Ahmed 3/4/2015
    This is amazing
  • by Magnus 2/22/2015
    Works perfect
  • by fob 2/16/2015
    Fun concept, but database not large enough
  • by rocco 1/31/2015
    Garbage. Not up to date at all
  • by Dennis 12/28/2014
    It's fun to have with friends, but I stumped it 9/10 times
  • by Gino 12/20/2014
    It is on Japanese/Chinese, useless for an European/American/... User
  • by Shravan 12/11/2014
    Boring
  • by Sameer 12/10/2014
    It is funny, but immature software. Could not find Nelson Mandela, Larry Ellison and several others. When not connected to internet, does not prompt correctly. Incorrect English at places. Appears as if written by amateur even though from Microsoft.