Unclick Google Unclick Google On March 11, Google revealed its latest plan to violate your privacy: they will now record the types of websites you visit in order to gather a behavioral profile of your interests purportedly so that they can send you targeted advertising. This policy is in addition to their current policy of keeping a record of every single web search you have ever made along with as much other personally identifying information as they can gather. Of course, these behavioral profiles and detailed search histories will also be made available to law enforcement personnel upon request. The disregard for user privacy is a long standing tradition at Google and one that should be challenged.
Par Hubert Guillaud le 23/03/11 | 6 commentaires | 4,275 lectures | Impression Le 9 mars avait lieu à la Bibliothèque publique d’information du Centre Pompidou, dans le cadre du cycle “Eclairage pour le 21e siècle”, un débat sur Google, organisé en partenariat avec Place de la Toile, Chronique de la rentrée littéraire et InternetActu.net. Animé par Abeline Majorel, le débat réunissait Ariel Kyrou, l’auteur de Google God, cette déclaration d’amour et de haine, de fascination et de rejet sur ce monstre du quotidien, également rédacteur en chef du site Culture Mobile et membre du collectif de rédaction de la revue Multitudes ;Daniel Ichbiah rédacteur en chef du magazine Comment ça marche, écrivain, auteur notamment de Comment Google mangera le monde ?

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How Google is becoming an extension of your mind | Internet & Media How Google is becoming an extension of your mind | Internet & Media (Credit: James Martin/CNET) SAN FRANCISCO -- It's time to think of Google as much more than just a search engine, and that should both excite and spook you. Search remains critical to the company's financial and technological future, but Google also is using the search business' cash to transform itself into something much broader than just a place to point your browser when asking for directions on the Internet. What it's now becoming is an extension of your mind, an omnipresent digital assistant that figures out what you need and supplies it before you even realize you need it. Think of Google diagnosing your daughter's illness early based on where she's been, how alert she is, and her skin's temperature, then driving your car to school to bring her home while you're at work. Or Google translating an incomprehensible emergency announcement while you're riding a train in foreign country.
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New Techniques from Google and Ray Kurzweil Are Taking Artificial Intelligence to Another Level When Ray Kurzweil met with Google CEO Larry Page last July, he wasn’t looking for a job. A respected inventor who’s become a machine-intelligence futurist, Kurzweil wanted to discuss his upcoming book How to Create a Mind. He told Page, who had read an early draft, that he wanted to start a company to develop his ideas about how to build a truly intelligent computer: one that could understand language and then make inferences and decisions on its own. It quickly became obvious that such an effort would require nothing less than Google-scale data and computing power. New Techniques from Google and Ray Kurzweil Are Taking Artificial Intelligence to Another Level
Que nous raconte Google sur notre avenir ? Petite exploration du futur selon le célèbre moteur de recherche jusqu'en 2100 à l'occasion de l'émission sur le futur proposée par OWNI et l'Atelier des Médias de RFI pour SiliconRadio. À l’occasion de la journée de radio proposée par SiliconRadio, OWNI et l’Atelier des Médias de RFI se penchent sur la question “À quoi sert le futur ?”. Vous pouvez suivre ici en direct toute cette journée et nous retrouver entre 22 heures et minuit. Depuis la création de l’algorithme PageRank en 1998, Google a réussi à devenir le premier moteur de recherche au monde et à passer dans le langage courant. Grâce à la quantité impressionnante de données récoltées par le moteur et en fonction de l’utilisation qu’en font les internautes, Google parvient déjà à prévenir la grippe. Le futur selon Google Le futur selon Google
Jean-Christophe Féraud nous fait part de son enthousiasme pour le roman d'anticipation "Google démocratie". Billet non sponsorisé :) Palo Alto, Californie, 2018. Sergey « Brain » est l’empereur d’un monde connecté. Quand Google règnera sur la posthumanité…

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FACEBOOK FALLOUT: Suddenly It Feels Like Google Is Actually Going To Buy Twitter FACEBOOK FALLOUT: Suddenly It Feels Like Google Is Actually Going To Buy Twitter Thanks to the fallout from the Facebook IPO, it's starting to feel like Google is going to finally acquire Twitter in the next many months. First there was our report from last week how Google's M&A team seriously regrets not buying Twitter "when it could." For the same report, a source close to Twitter told us: "It still can." So, OK: there's interest on both sides. That's 99% of the battle: the last 1% is price. Well, thanks to Facebook, Twitter is getting cheaper.
Getty/Justin Sullivan Google CEO Larry Page at I/O. Google 's big keynote at its I/O developers conference this week wore me out. Not because it lasted a grueling three hours and fifty minutes , but because of what was announced. Google's Plan To Take Over The World Google's Plan To Take Over The World
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I worked at post-DOJ-spanked Microsoft. I saw firsthand how wimpy Bill Gates got (I had a lunch with him and Mike Arrington where we talked about whether Microsoft would let us acquire interesting new companies. “No way” was the basic answer. Funny that back then they could have purchased Skype for $2 billion, not listening cost them $6.5 billion). Today Jason Calacanis is taking Google to task for being naughty. Google 2015: what will it look like? Google 2015: what will it look like?
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Google is an American multinational corporation specializing in Internet-related services and products. These include search, cloud computing, software, and online advertising technologies.[6] Most of its profits are derived from AdWords.[7][8] Google was founded by Larry Page and Sergey Brin while they were Ph.D. students at Stanford University.
Pour nettoyer le Web, le Panda de Google sort les griffes Montage photo d’un panda armé dans une rue (Teamstickergiant/Flickr) L’animal a bouleversé le référencement de nombreux sites web aux Etats-Unis, il débarquera bientôt en France et personne ne sait vraiment à quoi s’attendre. Ce Panda qui fait si peur, c’est le nom du nouvel algorithme de Google, le système mathématique au cœur du moteur de recherche. Les sites web se livrent une guerre sans merci pour avoir les faveurs de l’algorithme de chaque moteur de recherche, cet outil mathématique qui classe les sites à chaque recherche effectuée par un internaute.
Que va faire Google de ses 49 acquisitions de 2010 ? 6 rachats en 2009, huit fois plus en 2010. Avec 49 acquisitions l'année dernière, Google a bien profité de la crise économique pour accélérer sa croissance externe, conformément à sa stratégie annoncée. En rachetant pratiquement une société par semaine, le géant du Web semble avoir établi un record en la matière. Un peu plus de la moitié de ces opérations sont connues. A quoi vont-elles servir ?
Le cimetière de Google Google est l’une des entreprises qui innove le plus et qui propose moult services et produits. Parmi les innovations, il est logique que certaines ne marchent pas et soient abandonnées après quelques années de service. Le cimetière de Google vient nous rappeler au bon souvenir de ses services. Parmi eux, on compte des services populaires, comme Google Reader, et d’autres qui ont moins bien marché, comme Google Buzz. Si vous êtes nostalgiques de ces services, vous pouvez déposer une fleur en leur mémoire et ainsi montrer que, bien qu’ils soient enterrés, ils vont ont tenu à cœur.
Did Google's outage kill 5% of the Internet? That's the assertion of Arbor Networks' Craig Labovitz, who in a Thursday blog post and Web traffic graph noted that when Google has an hour and a half outage this week, Internet traffic slowed by 5%. We all know Google gets a lot of traffic. Just about everyone hits the Google search a few times a day. There are also a lot of Gmailers and Youtube users out there. Google's other services generate a lot of hits as well.. But something that Labovitz points out is that Google has its hand in a lot more.
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