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Just how accurate are advertising predictions produced by machine learning systems?

Thanks to Mikio Braun, who on Thursday, January 2015 published an article on the InfoQ website. Braun’s article includes mention of a Google acknowledgement about the role played by machine learning (also known, at least in part, as data processing Read more ›

Rounding off some of Google’s edges makes a pretty picture, but little more

Katie Benner, a writer published on the Bloomberg View web site, presented a hypothesis about Google on January 13, 2015. She questions whether some of Google’s recent features, what I would call its edges, are familiar because they are characteristic Read more ›

Another reason why the Android segment of BYOD is problematic for enterprise IT organizations

The Wall Street Journal published an article on what appears to be a decision made by Google not to support so-called older browsers (Jelly Bean 4.3 and earlier) for Android smartphones. But Android Jelly Bean 4.3 appeared as recently as Read more ›

Does Google face a difficult internal challenge as it addresses the enterprise computing market with products?

Perhaps the biggest obstacle to Google for work improving its success in the enterprise computing market is Google’s approach to marketing communications. Where are the blogs? Is there an easy-to-find repository full of the kind of promotional information enterprise tech Read more ›

Google’s Structured Data Markup Helper might be a game changer for enterprise content and document management

In June, 2011, Michael O’Connor posted an article to the blog on schema.org announcing a joint effort by Bing, Google, and Yahoo “to create and support a standard set of schemas for structured data markup on web pages”. At the Read more ›