Harvard Business Review blogs about how Yahoo's econ research efforts led by Preston McAfee focuses on advertising and raises some interesting questions about academia and industry.
The Yahoo Hack U™ team travels to the University of San Diego in April as part of the 2011 Hack U™ season.
Yahoo’s scientific leadership strong at the 20th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW2011) in Hyderabad, India.
UCLA Computer Science Professor Deborah Estrin gave a talk at Yahoo’s Great America campus on modern sensor networks.
Principal Research Scientist Duncan Watts releases book "Everything is Obvious, Once You Know the Answer" about the problems of social systems.
From March 23rd to 26th the Hack U team was out at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas. Much like we have for other hack events, we had a series of talks to start out the event, covering a number of topics...
Yahoo recently wrapped up two exciting Hack U™ events at the University of Washington (UW) and Georgia Tech (GA Tech).
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VP and Head of Advertising Sciences Jianchang (JC) Mao has been selected to receive the Computer Science and Engineering Distinguished Alumni Award at Michigan State University.
Evgeniy Gabrilovich, senior research scientist and manager of the NLP & IR Group at Yahoo Labs was honored last week by the British Computer Society Information Retrieval Specialist Group (BCS IRSG) with the prestigious Karen Spärck Jones Award.