Mois : août 2011 (page 1 of 9)

(via smartvote)

IMAGINE a world in which we are assigned a number that indicates how influential we are. This number would help determine whether you receive a job, a hotel-room upgrade or free samples at the supermarket. If your influence score is low, you don’t get the promotion, the suite or the complimentary cookies.

(via Customer Retention | Bonkers World)

Inkling Trailer (Français) (par wacomeurope)

None of the HP board members own much HP stock so they have little to lose,” he wrote. “But the HP employees, customers, partners and shareholders will suffer.

(via Quand HP croyait aux tablettes et imaginait l’iPad et l’iPhone…)

(via Has Facebook killed the undercover cop? – social networking, social media, Security 2011 Conference, nsw police, networking tools, Mick Keelty, face recognition, Facebook, AFP – CSO | The Resource for Data Security Executives)

Carnegie Mellon researchers recently combined Facebook profile pictures and PittPatt‘s facial recognition software to identify supposedly-anonymous pictures from a dating site. Now they’re planning to demo a smartphone app that identifies faces by tapping into cloud-based image databases and recognition software. What’s next?

How Google makes improvements to its search algorithm (par Google)

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