We're glad to share with you Lars Erik Holmquist's interview that appeared in ET Interactive column in The Economic Times.
Recipients of the machines
The Academic Relations team has partnered with Technology and Operations on a new initiative called Yahoo STAR (Yahoo Servers To Academic Researchers) under which Yahoo is refurbishing and donating decommissioned servers to university researchers.
The Haifa Labs team organized a "Mini Yahoo University" event at the Technion Researchers' Night event.
Yahoo provided funding to Princeton University women to attend the 2012 Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing Conference. Students funded by Yahoo said they had a fabulous time and found the conference to be an enriching experience.
Academic Relations: Practice Field
Catch a sneak peek at some of the things we're working on. They're not quite ready for the bright lights of the big game but we hope you'll like them.
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The verdict is in for the Yahoo 2012 Key Scientific Challenges Program. Thirty exceptional PhD students have been selected to receive this prestigious award in its fourth year.
Yahoo has been bringing the excitement of Hack U™ to university campuses for over five years. Hack U™ is not about perfect code – it’s about learning new things, fostering community, inspiring creativity and bringing a cool idea to life.
Each year, Yahoo hosts the Key Scientific Challenges Graduate Student Summit for the winners of the KSC program and brings together some of the brightest minds from academia and Yahoo Labs to discuss the most exciting research challenges facing the internet industry today.
Last year, the event featured a wide range of talks by top Yahoo Labs scientists covering everything from data management for social feeds and webscale learning algorithms to inference in the advertising markets and the economics of user generated content.
The 2012 presidential election race is in full swing, but Yahoo has predicted a winner already.
The elections are still nine months away, but a couple of economists say their data already point to an Obama victory.