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Does automatic text classification work for low-prevalence topics?

Readers of Ralph Losey’s blog will know that he is an advocate of what he calls “multimodal” search in e-discovery; that is, a search methodology that involves a mix of human-directed keyword search, human-machine blended concept search, and machine-directed text classification (or predictive coding, in the e-discovery jargon). Meanwhile, he deprecates the alternative model of [...] → Read More: Does automatic text classification work for low-prevalence topics?

Moodstocks SIFT on iPhone GPU

An iOS app featuring SIFT descriptors extraction with OpenGL ES 2.0 https://github.com/Moodstocks/sift-gpu-iphone → Read More: Moodstocks SIFT on iPhone GPU

IAC Toolbars and Traffic Arbitrage in 2013

I have repeatedly flagged serious problems with IAC/Ask.com toolbars — targeting kids, bundles without consent, even installs through security exploits.
In today’s piece I provide a 2013 update. IAC is still targeting kids — both explicitly (in… → Read More: IAC Toolbars and Traffic Arbitrage in 2013

IAC Toolbars and Traffic Arbitrage in 2013

I have repeatedly flagged serious problems with IAC/Ask.com toolbars — targeting kids, bundles without consent, even installs through security exploits.
In today’s piece I provide a 2013 update. IAC is still targeting kids — both explicitly (in… → Read More: IAC Toolbars and Traffic Arbitrage in 2013

Automatic Summarization and Annotation of Videos with Lack of Metadata Information – Survey

Dear all, I would like to ask you to participate in a survey. The goal of this survey is the collection of tags, which representatively describe the content of a video. In the link: http://chatzichristofis.info/?page_id=677 each participant is called t… → Read More: Automatic Summarization and Annotation of Videos with Lack of Metadata Information – Survey

The Right Remedies for Google’s AdWords API Restrictions

Last week the FTC closed its 21-month investigation of Google after Google made several small concessions, among them dropping certain restrictions on use of Google’s AdWords API — rules that previously limited how advertisers and tool-makers may copy… → Read More: The Right Remedies for Google’s AdWords API Restrictions

The Right Remedies for Google’s AdWords API Restrictions

Last week the FTC closed its 21-month investigation of Google after Google made several small concessions, among them dropping certain restrictions on use of Google’s AdWords API — rules that previously limited how advertisers and tool-makers may copy… → Read More: The Right Remedies for Google’s AdWords API Restrictions