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qz.com - 5 readers - Last week, Quartz wrote about Forget.me, a service that aims to make it easier for Europeans to request Google to de-list search results to information about them that is "irrelevant, outdated, or otherwise inappropriate." (The European Court of Justice recently laid down (pdf) when Google must comply with such requests.) A week in, Forget.me ha...
arstechnica.com - 7 readers, 1 Tweets - It still requires a phone, but there's no better way to deal with notifications.
wired.com - 4 readers, 3 Tweets - It all started at a small academic get-together in Whistler, British Columbia. The topic was speech recognition, and whether a new and unproven approach to machine intelligence—something called deep learning—could help computers more effectively identify the spoken word. Microsoft funded the mini-conference, held just before Christmas 2009, and ...