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Self-tracking : the people turning their bodies into medical labs - 24 novembre 2012
As well as helping to track finances and organise social lives, smartphones are encouraging some people to monitor their health and wellbeing. By recording and logging data about their lifestyles, these ’self-trackers’ aim to better understand problems ranging from snoring to depression Within the first five (...)

Réseaux sociaux, applications, nouvelles technologies : la police londonienne à l’heure du 2.0 - 7 juillet 2012
Trois semaines avant le début des Jeux olympiques de Londres, la police londonienne se prépare également à gérer les éventuels débordements que pourrait engendrer le premier anniversaire des émeutes qui ont secoué Londres et d’autres villes anglaises en août 2011. Si la décision d’installer une batterie antimissiles sur le (...)

Can an algorithm be wrong ? Twitter Trends, the specter of censorship, and our faith in the algorithms around us - 4 février 2012
The interesting question is not whether Twitter is censoring its Trends list. The interesting question is, what do we think the Trends list is, what it represents and how it works, that we can presume to hold it accountable when we think it is “wrong ?” What are these algorithms, and what do we want them to be ? (...)

The wisdom of the crowd - 31 juillet 2010
Need the name of a good restaurant in an unfamiliar town ? Then ’crowdsource’ it by asking the web’s willing ’netizens’ We are, it seems, making a growing number of important decisions “by committee”. A report published earlier this week by analysts at Gartner shows that the majority of consumers rely heavily on their (...)

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Google Ventures Funds a Search Marketing Start-Up - 21 juillet 2010
Google makes the vast majority of its money selling search ads. On Wednesday, Google’s venture capital arm will announce that it has invested in Trada, a start-up that makes it easier for small businesses to buy those ads by crowdsourcing the work. For businesses that do not have a marketing department or a search (...)

Effet de serfs sur la Toile - 3 mars 2010
Internet serait-il en train de devenir la matrice d’un nouveau système féodal, où une poignée de grands seigneurs exploitent des légions de serfs ? Et non cette société de pairs tant célébrée ? On avait déjà l’impression ces derniers temps, en se baladant sur le Net, d’une foule de gueux faisant la manche en ligne, histoire de (...)

Artificial Intelligence, With Help From the Humans - 20 novembre 2007
COMPUTERS still do some things very poorly. Even when they pool their memory and processors in powerful networks, they remain unevenly intelligent. Things that humans do with little conscious thought, such as recognizing patterns or meanings in images, language or concepts, only baffle the machines. These lacunae (...)