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In order to recommend new events for its members, online event-management company Eventbrite must build what it calls “implicit social graphs.” It’s just one of many approaches to figuring out what content users want to see.
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It's not exactly E=mc². But for would-be job hunters, it's probably a lot more useful. In a Q&A-style interview with Google's senior vice president of people operations Laszlo Bock, The New York Times' Tom Friedman fished a few seriously helpful words of wisdom out of the search giant's human resources chief. This one is perhaps...
Where the traditional approach to a resume falls short.
Microsoft explains how Cortana was created and what makes her so different from Google Now and Android.
Microsoft actually talked to assistants while building this product.
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Should you say yes to every LinkedIn request you get?
Stem cells – the body's master cells – demonstrate a bizarre property never before seen at a cellular level, according to a study published today from scientists at the University of Cambridge. The property – known as auxeticity – is one which may have application as wide-ranging as soundproofing, ...