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TREC 2010 Roundup

Back from another successful TREC conference on the NIST campus. 2010 is a transition year, with the end of old tracks and the proposition of new ones. Indeed, TREC is moving with the times, looking at new data sources and test collections, as well as … → Read More: TREC 2010 Roundup

TREC 2010 Roundup

Back from another successful TREC conference on the NIST campus. 2010 is a transition year, with the end of old tracks and the proposition of new ones. Indeed, TREC is moving with the times, looking at new data sources and test collections, as well as … → Read More: TREC 2010 Roundup

TREC 2010 Roundup

Back from another successful TREC conference on the NIST campus. 2010 is a transition year, with the end of old tracks and the proposition of new ones. Indeed, TREC is moving with the times, looking at new data sources and test collections, as well as … → Read More: TREC 2010 Roundup

TREC 2010 Roundup

Back from another successful TREC conference on the NIST campus. 2010 is a transition year, with the end of old tracks and the proposition of new ones. Indeed, TREC is moving with the times, looking at new data sources and test collections, as well as … → Read More: TREC 2010 Roundup

TREC 2010 Roundup

Back from another successful TREC conference on the NIST campus. 2010 is a transition year, with the end of old tracks and the proposition of new ones. Indeed, TREC is moving with the times, looking at new data sources and test collections, as well as … → Read More: TREC 2010 Roundup

Giving Thanks as an Information Scientist

As a first-generation American who is married to a card-carrying Native American, I celebrate Thanksgiving the traditional way: a day of gluttony followed by yummy leftovers. But, trite as it may be, I do like to take the time to reflect on the countless things for which I am thankful. A wonderful family, of course, [...] → Read More: Giving Thanks as an Information Scientist

20 Must-See TED Speeches for Computer Scientists

Article from http://www.mastersincomputerscience.com/20-must-see-ted-speeches-for-computer-scientists/ TED is a nonprofit organization that has dedicated itself to the concept that good ideas are worth spreading. To promote these great ideas, TED (whic… → Read More: 20 Must-See TED Speeches for Computer Scientists

Preliminary Call for Papers – DEXA 2011

Preliminary Call for Papers – DEXA 2011

22nd International Conference on Database and Expert Systems
Applications – DEXA 2011

Toulouse, France

August 29 – September 2, 2011

Information systems and database systems have always been a central
topic of computer science. In addition, the integration of knowledge,
information and data justifies its actual attractiveness. Since 1990
DEXA is an annual international conference, located in → Read More: Preliminary Call for Papers – DEXA 2011

iPad2

Rumor and inference have it that Apple will release the next generation iPad next spring. The new device is expected to have two cameras (front and back), and may be able to work with multiple carriers, rather than just AT&T. These seem like obvious enhancements, which makes me wonder if the press has thought this [...] → Read More: iPad2

Evidence

Those of you who’ve followed this blog and Jeremy Pickens’ blog will recall his many comments about Google’s un-Googly behavior. Recently, Benjamin Edelman actually tested the hypothesis about Google injecting bias into organic results. His post details several kinds of queries that don’t produce organic results. Which ones? Ones that are related to Google properties [...] → Read More: Evidence