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The curious case of the software patent

Critiques of software patents is all the rage lately, from bloggers like Daniel Tunkelang to the NPR. The list of problems with them includes that they stifle innovation, that they are tools to beat up small companies and startups, and that they are simply trading cards that big corporations use to protect each other at [...] → Read More: The curious case of the software patent

An eBay for science.

Reported by Zoë Corbyn, in Nature News, 19 Aug. 2011. Read More: http://gsirak.ee.duth.gr/index.php/blog Last week, Science Exchange in Palo Alto, California, launched a website allowing scientists to outsource their research to ‘providers’ — ot… → Read More: An eBay for science.

Script#

Script# brings productivity to Ajax and JavaScript development. Script# is a free tool that enables developers to author C# source code and subsequently compile it into regular script that works across all modern browsers, and in doing so, leverage the… → Read More: Script#

Implications of Google’s Pharmacy Debacle

A DOJ investigation of Google’s pharmaceutical advertising practices yielded a $500 million forfeiture and an admission of wrongdoing. More than that, the resulting documents prove Google’s knowledge of, and participation in, advertising practices Goog… → Read More: Implications of Google’s Pharmacy Debacle

Implications of Google’s Pharmacy Debacle

A DOJ investigation of Google’s pharmaceutical advertising practices yielded a $500 million forfeiture and an admission of wrongdoing. More than that, the resulting documents prove Google’s knowledge of, and participation in, advertising practices Goog… → Read More: Implications of Google’s Pharmacy Debacle

Compact Composite Descriptors for Content Based Image Retrieval

Authors: Savvas A. Chatzichristofis, Yiannis S. Boutalis This book covers the state of the art in image indexing and retrieval techniques paying particular attention in recent trends and applications. It presents the basic notions and tools of content… → Read More: Compact Composite Descriptors for Content Based Image Retrieval

Face recognition in London 2012 Olympic Games

Original Article http://hosted.ap.org/dynamic/stories/E/EU_BRITAIN_HUNTING_FOR_RIOTERS?SITE=AP&SECTION=HOME&TEMPLATE=DEFAULT LONDON (AP) — Facial recognition technology being considered for London’s 2012 Games is getting a workout in the wake… → Read More: Face recognition in London 2012 Olympic Games

Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

  A bold experiment in distributed education, “Introduction to Artificial Intelligence” will be offered free and online to students worldwide during the fall of 2011. The course will include feedback on progress and a statement of accomplishment…. → Read More: Introduction to Artificial Intelligence

Dream. Fit. Passion.

A few days ago, our CEO Jeff Weiner led a session at LinkedIn on how to “close” candidates — that is, how to persuade candidates to join your team once you have found and interviewed them. Since not everyone has the opportunity to work at LinkedIn and experience Jeff’s leadership first-hand, I thought I’d share […] → Read More: Dream. Fit. Passion.

Dream. Fit. Passion.

A few days ago, our CEO Jeff Weiner led a session at LinkedIn on how to “close” candidates — that is, how to persuade candidates to join your team once you have found and interviewed them. Since not everyone has the opportunity to work at LinkedIn and experience Jeff’s leadership first-hand, I thought I’d share […] → Read More: Dream. Fit. Passion.