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Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Unless you’ve been living in a cone of silence, you’ve probably heard about the epic war of words between Google and Bing. But just in case, here’s a quick summary: Amit Singhal, Google Fellow: “Microsoft’s Bing uses Google search results—and denies it“: Bing is using some combination of: Internet Explorer 8, which can send data […] → Read More: Google vs. Bing: A Tweetle Beetle Battle Muddle

Got Skills?

Last October, a certain blogger said: LinkedIn needs to implement some kind of concept extraction to provide a useful topic facet (something I’d also love to see for their regular people search). This is a challenging information extraction problem, especially for the open web, but I also know from experience that it is tractable within a domain. […] → Read More: Got Skills?

Got Skills?

Last October, a certain blogger said: LinkedIn needs to implement some kind of concept extraction to provide a useful topic facet (something I’d also love to see for their regular people search). This is a challenging information extraction problem, especially for the open web, but I also know from experience that it is tractable within a domain. […] → Read More: Got Skills?

Got Skills?

Last October, a certain blogger said: LinkedIn needs to implement some kind of concept extraction to provide a useful topic facet (something I’d also love to see for their regular people search). This is a challenging information extraction problem, especially for the open web, but I also know from experience that it is tractable within a domain. […] → Read More: Got Skills?