Hugo Zaragoza Presents at Big Thinkers India Series

On June 11th, Hugo Zaragoza presented "Helping Computers Understand What They Search" as part of the Big Thinkers India Series.

Summer Conference Season Kicks off at Yahoo Labs

The beginning of summer marks the start of the busy conference season at Yahoo Labs. Last week, Yahoo Labs attended both SIGMOD and EC.

Where Does Your Tweet Go?

Probably nowhere, says Yahoo scientist at InternetWeek

Ron Brachman Elected to Computing Research Association Board of Directors

Congratulations to Yahoo Labs' Ron Brachman on his election to the CRA Board of Directors.

Yahoo to Host “Machine Learning Summer School 2010” under Focused Academic Relations Outreach

Yahoo India Research & Development, in partnership with the Indian Institute of Science – Bangalore, will commence a unique Summer School dedicated exclusively to Machine Learning. This initiative is part of Yahoo Labs’ overall mission to nurture strong academic relations for scientific leadership, new research, business collaborations and online products.

Lawrence Lessig: "Innovation Corruption"

Harvard Law Professor Lawrence Lessig made a significant impression when he gave a talk entitled, “Innovation Corruption,” on May 20th at the Yahoo campus in Santa Clara, CA. His message was consistently simple and resounding: government and business are corrupted by money.

Yahoo to launch World Cup prediction market

Predictalot application will go live early June.

Hack U™ brings Yahoo developers and technology into the hearts, minds and apps of university hackers

Wrapping up the 4th season of Hack U™, we take a look back at this spring's highlights.

Looking Deep into the Science of the Web at WWW2010 this Week

Yahoo raised the stakes again at WWW, with 21 papers accepted at the 2010 event (out of a total of 105 accepted papers for the entire event), as well as a variety of posters, demos and panels, including a featured discussion on the future of search and the core technologies of the Web.

Yahoo at WWW2010

This year at WWW2010, Yahoo raised the stakes in its participation at the conference, beating out the other participating organizations with 21 papers accepted (out of a total of 105 accepted papers for the entire event), as well as a variety of posters, demos and panels.