Google Strengthening Picasa Photo Search with Image Recognition

According to a recent article in PC World, Google has purchased a photo search and image recognition software firm called Neven Vision, paving the way for the gathering of information from digital pictures for use in image recognition searches. From the article — Adrian Graham, Picasa product manager, announced the deal in an official Google […]

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Girl Reunited With Father Now Suing L.A. County

The AP is reporting on a gross government oversight by L.A. County. A 17 year old girl who was reunited with her biological father after 10 years is suing L.A. County for failing to use “due dilligence” to reunite them sooner. From the article — A teenage girl who had a much-celebrated reunion with her […]

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Riya Facial Recognition Software & Web Search

ZDNet is reporting that Riya, a creator of advanced facial recognition software for photos, is planning on deploying their technology on the world wide web to offer a web search that would attempt to search and recognize people in the billions of publicly available images online. From the article — Currently, Riya allows users to […]

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Googling Exposes CIA Operations

According to a recent article in the Chicago Tribune and summarized by PC Pro News, a series of internet searches have revealed private and personal details on thousands of CIA operatives. From the article — The paper conceded to the CIA’s request not to publish either its findings or the methods it used. But it […]

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ZoomInfo People Search

ZoomInfo is a specialty people search engine that allows you to search over 27 million people by name or companies that they have worked for. ZoomInfo is a very powerful people search engine that uses advanced search technology to crawl the web for relevant people search information, while weeding out the irrelevant information that most […]

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