November 2008
Inside Film;Nov2008, Issue 115, p44
The article discusses the developments in searching for online content as of November 2008. The firm Google re-launched its online photograph-sharing product Picasa in September with facial recognition technology as an additional feature. The Amazon Mechanical Turk web site created a crowd-sourcing marketplace allowing computer programs to co-ordinate the use of humans to perform tasks that computers cannot accomplish. The search tool co5TARS is described as a content browser aimed at addressing the increasing complexity of the web through visualization.


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