I went to give a talk about validation of network classifiers, an interesting challenge in machine learning. The students wanted to hear about some real-world challenges, so we also did an activity where they pretended to have companies participating in an online advertising exchange.
A paper co-authored by a Yahoo Labs Research Scientist, Henriette Cramer, received a Best Paper Nomination at CSCW’13!
For eight years now, Yahoo Labs has hosted an annual Big Thinker speaker series that draws some of the best minds in academia and science. We have great speakers lined-up this year!
The UC San Diego Women in Computing student group working with ThoughtSTEM enjoy some Yahoo fun after a long day’s work.
Jofish Kaye, Senior Research Scientist at Yahoo Labs focused on HCI just returned from a great visit to UC San Diego. He met with many professors and had a surprise visit from his old intern. He gave a talk in Professor Jim Hollan’s Distributed Cognition-Human Computer Interaction speaker series.
It's possible to love your job and get a good salary too: You just have to work for the right company.
Yahoo scientists and engineers spoke at the UC San Diego Women in Computing student organization’s lunch talk at the UCSD campus in the Jacobs School of Engineering. Yahoos gave talks about their journey from university graduation to the current position, exciting technologies they’re working on, and showed demos of Yahoo’s Flickr and Into Now products, giving students a peak into the technology behind them.
Yahoo Labs is excited to announce the recipients of the Yahoo Faculty and Research and Engagement Program (FREP). This academic outreach program is designed to produce the highest qua
It is our great pleasure to announce the winners of the Yahoo ACE (Academic Career Enhancement) Awards for the 2012-13 academic year. The Ace Awards were started last year and are designed to enable Yahoo Labs scientists and engineers to establish relationships with top young faculty members working in Yahoo-relevant academic areas early in their careers.