Editor-in-Chief of <i>Wired</i> magazine Chris Anderson recently gave a talk at Yahoo’s Sunnyvale campus entitled, “The New Industrial Revolution.”
Chief Scientist Raghu Ramakrishnan explains the role of science and algorithms in Yahoo’s search experiences. The MediaPost article touches on how Yahoo builds off of Microsoft’s algorithmic results to create a richer, more immersive experience for users.
We are thrilled to announce the launch of Yahoo’s third annual Key Scientific Challenges Program.
New study proves the power of hyperlocal online ad targeting in driving sales
Researcher Ravi Kumar was recently interviewed by tech news source, The Hindu. The article strongly reinforces Yahoo’s credential as a research organization that is deeply focused on understanding Internet trends.
Join Yahoo web experts for a week of learning, hacking and fun! You’ll hear interesting tech talks, hacking tips and lessons, and get hands-on coding workshops where you’ll work with cutting-edge technology.
Leroy Hood wants to change the field of medicine from a reactive to a proactive one, making healthcare more effective, more personal, and cheaper.
The way people make decisions is often impacted by human fallibility such as bounded self-interest, willpower, and rationality, according to Thaler, they could do with a little help, or “nudge”, in making such decisions.
Geoffrey Hinton presented "How Do Neurons Know What To Do?" at Yahoo Labs on March 18th as part of the Big Thinkers Series.