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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.
Using smarty-pants economists and computer scientists, Yahoo analyzed historical data and says the math points to the prez taking the White House this fall.
Prediction season is upon us, and some folks at Yahoo are forecasting President Obama's re-election in November.
While swinging through the country's top tech hub, PM paid a visit to the research labs of General Motors, Google, Yahoo, and VW/Audi to get an early look at their latest projects.
WIRED.CO.UK interviews Prabhakar Raghavan about the beginnings of Yahoo Labs and its role in shaping the future of the Internet.
This is the first in a new series of research insights provided by the researchers of Yahoo Labs. In this piece, we explore the question of content in Internet multimedia.