2009 was a stellar year at Yahoo Labs as it won seven best paper awards at these top conferences in the industry.
We are at the cusp of a new paradigm change: multi-core processing, which comes about when processor speeds are no longer increasing. Instead, the number of cores per computer is growing steadily every year.
For contributions to perceptual signal processing and tomographic imaging.
Today, Yahoo is proud to announce the donation of a supercomputing cluster with 2,000-processor-cores to the Open Cloud Consortium (OCC), a cloud computing testbed for research on
Yahoo Labs brought the brightest minds to campus in 2009 with talks ranging from global climate change, to determining when someone is bluffing and calculating the largest prime number found to-date.
Check out the exciting year ahead for the Yahoo Labs Big Thinkers Series.
February 23, 2010
Richard Thaler, Professor, University of Chicago
Professor Ronald Graham came to the Yahoo Labs campus in Santa Clara recently to demonstrate how modern computers have impacted mathematics through numerous examples from the field
Yahoo Labs outperformed its previous year’s presence, taking the awards for best paper, best student paper, and runner-up student paper out of a record 30 accepted papers.
Back in July, I posted here about the $1 million Netflix Prize and the amazing accomplishment of one of our senior research scientists, Yehuda Koren. At the time, Yehuda and a team