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A Geeky Way to Spend Friday-Night

Tonight at 8 pm New York time, Stephen Wolfram will launch WolframAlpha life on television/webcast. You can be there from the comfort of your home and do not have to be there in person like the people waiting in line … Continue reading

15. May 2009 by Philipp
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Reflecting Wolfram Alpha

in case you did not have the chance to watch the presentation at the Berkman Center yesterday, Stephan Shankland’s Cnet-article: • Data curation. Wolfram Alpha uses public and licensed proprietary data sources, and the company uses automated processes and human … Continue reading

29. April 2009 by Philipp
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Search, Discovery, Real-time, and Knowledge-Mining?

For a while, we have been trying to develop a MECE framework to think about how we want to access data in our mediated environments. We started out with search (google), but missed that what was at the tip of … Continue reading

28. April 2009 by Philipp
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A New Kind of Search

No matter the merits of the announcement, the argument is sufficiently interesting to be re-stated. Stephan Wolfram of Mathematica fame has just announced another contender to how we organize human knowledge. His approach is based on his thinking in A … Continue reading

10. March 2009 by Philipp
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