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A Holiday "Top 10": Rogue Affiliates at Commission Junction and LinkShare

My automation continuously scours the web for rogue affiliates. I have also written up scores of sample rogue affiliates, but the holiday season provides an impetus for more: Thanks to high online spending, affiliate fraud at this time of year is parti… → Read More: A Holiday "Top 10": Rogue Affiliates at Commission Junction and LinkShare

A Holiday "Top 10": Rogue Affiliates at Commission Junction and LinkShare

My automation continuously scours the web for rogue affiliates. I have also written up scores of sample rogue affiliates, but the holiday season provides an impetus for more: Thanks to high online spending, affiliate fraud at this time of year is parti… → Read More: A Holiday "Top 10": Rogue Affiliates at Commission Junction and LinkShare

LuminAR bulb lights path to augmented reality

(Phys.org)—Are we moving closer to a computer age where “touchscreen” is in the room, but it is the counter, desktop, wall, our new digital work areas? Are we moving into a new form factor called Anywhere? Do we understand how locked up we are in on-… → Read More: LuminAR bulb lights path to augmented reality

www.lire-project.net

The site for the upcoming book “Visual Information Retrieval Using Java and LIRE” is on-line http://www.lire-project.net/ → Read More: www.lire-project.net

Improving SURF Image Matching Using Supervised Learning

(Suggested Article) Hatem Mousselly-sergieh [LIRIS] , Elod Egyed-zsigmond [LIRIS] , Mario Döller [FH Kufstein Tirol - UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES] , David Coquil [University of Passau] , Jean-Marie Pinon [LIRIS] , Harald Kosch [University of Passau… → Read More: Improving SURF Image Matching Using Supervised Learning

News on LIRE performance

[Article from http://www.semanticmetadata.net/] In the course of finishing the book, I reviewed several aspects of the LIRE code and came across some bugs, including one with the Jensen-Shannon divergence. This dissimilarity measure has never been used… → Read More: News on LIRE performance

Google’s decision to block explicit images is a huge win for Bing & Search.xxx

Google has modified its popular image search to block many explicit pictures, a move that could be a big win for competing search engines. While you used to be able to turn SafeSearch off to easily find questionable material, Google now only lets you … → Read More: Google’s decision to block explicit images is a huge win for Bing & Search.xxx

World’s most anatomically correct musculoskeletal robot is presented in Japan

Most human-like robots don’t even attempt biological accuracy, because replicating every muscle in the body isn’t necessary for a functional humanoid. Even biomimetic robots based on animals don’t attempt to replicate every anatomical detail of the an… → Read More: World’s most anatomically correct musculoskeletal robot is presented in Japan

OpenArch Adds A “Digital Layer” To The Average Room

Creating a workable Minority Report-like screen isn’t very hard but what about an entire room or building that responds to touch, voice, and movement? Now that’s hard. That, however, is the goal of OpenArch, a project by designerIon Cuervas-Mons th… → Read More: OpenArch Adds A “Digital Layer” To The Average Room

Why confidence intervals in e-discovery validation?

A question that often comes up when discussing e-discovery validation protocols is, why should they be based on confidence intervals, rather than point estimates? That is, why do we say, for instance, “the production will be accepted if we have 95% confidence that its recall is greater than 60%”? Why not just say “the production [...] → Read More: Why confidence intervals in e-discovery validation?