Monthly Archives: March 2012

More intelligent search from Google?

Google has progressed considerably in semantic search it appears. They have committed to revamping search to produce a “thinking” search machine. It looks very promising and has the makings of a breakthrough in search. But what would be missed in … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged , , ,

More intelligent search from Google?

Google has progressed considerably in semantic search it appears. They have committed to revamping search to produce a “thinking” search machine. It looks very promising and has the makings of a breakthrough in search. But what would be missed in … Continue reading

Posted in Uncategorized

School for quants

At the intersection of technology, finance and sentiment lies the world of quant finance. I came across this article on FT Magazine. Looks like the mantra that anything can be predicted is going mainstream.

Posted in machine learning, quant | Tagged ,

Meet the Knowledge worker of Today

One of the things I enjoyed watching last year was Watson’s win in Jeopardy!. “He” shows up now at Citi. It is indeed the Rise of the Machines. Manufacturing was replaced largely by robots that welded and painted. Watson is … Continue reading

Posted in machine learning