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Could IBM Be The Next Google?

Could IBM Be The Next Google? | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
Google has made billions by indexing the world's information and selling advertisements. While numerous companies have challenged Google in advertising and information services, few have made significant inroads.
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Ben Faccini – Street children

Ben Faccini – Street children | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
Filthy and violent it may be, but life is still precious for the world's street children. Can you look them in the eye?
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Rude Baguette • About

Rude Baguette • About | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
Rude Baguette - France's Startup Blog - covers Paris Tech, Mobile & Web entrepreneurs/investors, balancing breaking news with in-depth analysis
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'The Strangest Conference I Ever Attended' - Percolator - The Chronicle of Higher Education

'The Strangest Conference I Ever Attended' - Percolator - The Chronicle of Higher Education | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
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L’emploi à l’épreuve des algorithmes « InternetActu.net

L’emploi à l’épreuve des algorithmes « InternetActu.net | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
InternetActu.net est un site d'actualité consacré aux enjeux de l'internet, aux usages innovants qu'il permet et aux recherches qui en découlent.
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Interview: How Ray Kurzweil Plans To Revolutionize Search At Google

Interview: How Ray Kurzweil Plans To Revolutionize Search At Google | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
Raymond Kurzweil (Photo: Wikipedia) When Google announced in January that Ray Kurzweil would be joining the company, a lot of people wondered why the phenomenally accomplished entrepreneur and futurist would want to work for a large company he...
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Facebook explains why it used natural language to compete with Google search

Facebook explains why it used natural language to compete with Google search | Divers à lire | Scoop.it
Google has for the past decade or two been training us to search with keywords rather than natural phrases. But Facebook is taking a different approach.
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