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SIMS Lectures on Search

The following guest lectures were presented at UC Berkeley's School of Information in the Fall of 2005 for a course titled Search Engines: Technology, Society, and Business.

Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin's views on search, Google, and life.

Yahoo's Dr. Jan Pederson & Dr. Daniel Rose on user experience issues in web searching.

Stanford linguistics professor and NPR commentator Dr. Geoffrey Nunberg on how search engines shape users' perception of the web.

EFF IP attorney Jason Schultz on intellectual property and search.

To view all lectures for this course that have been made available on YouTube, check out the play list.

Last week, UC-Berkeley announced it was distributing class lectures like the above on YouTube. Read more about it. [JH]

October 8, 2007 in Search | Permalink


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