Google To Develop A Search Engine That Reads Your Mind
Jul 20, 2010 12:01
In an attempt to take over the world.. ahem, we mean the internet (there's a difference?) developers at Google are attempting to create a new search engine that delivers search results to its users even before they know that they want the information.
Amit Singhal, one of Google's veteran search algorithm engineers, describes how the search engine second-guesses users' needs well ahead of time, calling it "searching without searching," he said at a briefing at Google's London headquarters yesterday.
If this isn't a sign of the apocalypse, then I don't know what is!
This is 22-year-old Sheikh Shujah. He is the half-Singaporean and Burmese son of oil tycoon Sheikh Babu Nooruddin. Shujah's father is rumored to be worth $750 million. As expected, Shujah is living the life of the rich and famous. Read more
How do you make a boring old camera store opening really grand? How do you even get people to care about cameras these days? You hire half-naked models to help 'clean' the store for its grand opening like this one in Taiyuan, China did. Read more
There are harmless pranks, and then there are these pranks. Some of them may be over the top, and a tad much. Remember: only play pranks on friends who have a sense of humor. Otherwise: no friends anymore! Read more