The semantic web, or web 3.0, is often quoted as the next phase of the Internet. Led by the World Wide Web Consortium(W3C), the objective is to convert the current web of unstructured and semi-structured data into a “web of data”. According to W3C, with the semantic web it will be possible to easily share and re-use data across application, community and enterprise boundaries.
Study shows that Google's ads search results has discrimination based on the searcher's gender. Carnegie Mellon University conducted tests on how an online user's interaction and behavior affects on how ads are being displayed.
The search engines automatically archive all web pages to facilitate displayed within the search results, but this is detrimental to the privacy of the user because the photos and posts will appear for all, and can be delivered to third parties to...
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Google is readying kid-friendly versions of some of its most popular products that could include YouTube, Chrome or search.
Joyce Valenza's insight:
A little vague, but keep an eye:
"Diwanji did not identify which products Google is eyeing for a kid-friendly makeover but, as USA Today notes, it's likely the company will target products that already have broad appeal such as Chrome, search and YouTube. This would be in line with earlier rumors that the company was working on a standalone YouTube for children under the age of 10. Google plans to start creating the kid-friendly versions next year."
When you have a question you need answered, do you ask a friend - or a robot? The answer to that question used to be easy. But the rise of Siri, Yahoo and..
Joyce Valenza's insight:
"It’s refreshing to know that in this seemingly open-ended world of search engines, algorithms and unregulated forums, Q&A platforms with reliable and knowledgeable contributors still have a very large part to play."
Search for trends in the dialogue of thousands of movie and TV shows, based on subtitles from Open Subtitles Bookworm is like a lot of other word frequency sites. But unlike most, it directly incorporates links to every text searched, so you can actually see what drives changes; and it lets you customize the corpus so you can exclude texts that aren't interesting to you. This particular instance looks at movies and TV shows. Genre, location and language information from the Internet Movie Database textfiles. Click to see the movies/TV shows where the matches are found.
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