Hunch is a questions and answers service that offers solutions to user-entered problems. Hunch's answers are based on the collective knowledge of the entire Hunch community. Hunch is designed so that every time it's used, it learns something new.
Hunch allows access to its data and embeddable content through an API. Developers can make use of this API in many ways, such as: putting an embeddable version of a Hunch topic on your web site; porting Hunch to a mobile device or other platform such as SMS, Twitter, IVR etc; querying our "taste database" for correlations, predictive variables, and more.
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