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My important dates 2010 version 2

Mar 01 NTCIR-8 GeoTime evaluation results releasedMar 03 NTCIR-8 ACLIA IR4QA evaluation results releasedMar 04-05 IPSJ SIG{FI,DD} + IEICE LOIS [Okinawa 沖縄県青年会館]Mar 12 RIAO 2010 camera-ready copies dueMar 14-21 SIGIR 2010 online PC meeting… → Read More: My important dates 2010 version 2

My important dates 2010 version 2

Mar 01 NTCIR-8 GeoTime evaluation results releasedMar 03 NTCIR-8 ACLIA IR4QA evaluation results releasedMar 04-05 IPSJ SIG{FI,DD} + IEICE LOIS [Okinawa 沖縄県青年会館]Mar 12 RIAO 2010 camera-ready copies dueMar 14-21 SIGIR 2010 online PC meeting… → Read More: My important dates 2010 version 2

My important dates 2010 version 2

Mar 01 NTCIR-8 GeoTime evaluation results releasedMar 03 NTCIR-8 ACLIA IR4QA evaluation results releasedMar 04-05 IPSJ SIG{FI,DD} + IEICE LOIS [Okinawa 沖縄県青年会館]Mar 12 RIAO 2010 camera-ready copies dueMar 14-21 SIGIR 2010 online PC meeting… → Read More: My important dates 2010 version 2

Holding Back the Rise of the Machines?

Amazon’s Mechanical Turk is one of my favorite examples of leveraging the internet for innovation: Amazon Mechanical Turk is a marketplace for work that requires human intelligence. The Mechanical Turk web service enables companies to programmatically access this marketplace and a diverse, on-demand workforce. Developers can leverage this service to build human intelligence directly into [...] → Read More: Holding Back the Rise of the Machines?

Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders

For more than a decade, aggressive website registrants have been engaged in ‘typosquatting’ — the intentional registration of misspellings of popular website addresses. Uses for the diverted traffic have evolved over time, ranging from hosting sexuall… → Read More: Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders

Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders

For more than a decade, aggressive website registrants have been engaged in ‘typosquatting’ — the intentional registration of misspellings of popular website addresses. Uses for the diverted traffic have evolved over time, ranging from hosting sexuall… → Read More: Measuring Typosquatting Perpetrators and Funders

Guest Demo: Eric Iverson’s Itty Bitty Search

I’m back from vacation, and still digging my way out of everything that’s piled up while I’ve been offline. While I catch up, I thought I’d share with you a demo that Eric Iverson was gracious enough to share with me. It uses Yahoo! BOSS to support an exploratory search experience on top of a general [...] → Read More: Guest Demo: Eric Iverson’s Itty Bitty Search

CFP: CLEF 2010

Note that CLEF is now a conference, not just an evaluation workshop:Call for PapersCLEF 2010 – Conference on Multilingual and Multimodal Information Access Evaluation20–23 September 2010, Padua, Italyhttp://www.clef2010.org/BackgroundCLEF2010 is the … → Read More: CFP: CLEF 2010

Come to EVIA, see California for free!

I’ve recently developed a morbid interest in the literature of financial disasters. In this vein, I’ve just finished reading Kindleberger et al., Manias, Panic, and Crashes: A History of Financial Crises — an interesting book, but remarkable for the confused way the writing is organized, with constant re-iterations, digressions, and non-sequiturs, as if [...] → Read More: Come to EVIA, see California for free!

WSDM 2010: Day 3

Note: this post is cross-posted at BLOG@CACM. Today is the last day of WSDM 2010, and I unfortunately spent it at home drinking chicken soup. But I’ve been following the conference via the proceedings and tweets. The day started with a short session on temporal interaction. Topics included clustering social media documents (e.g., Flickr photos) based on their association [...] → Read More: WSDM 2010: Day 3