Finally, services like search engines may be harmful, however well-intended and well-implemented. I find this hard to say as an Information Retrieval researcher, but search is easily manipulated, and you might not want powerful search in some applications. Boyd's concept of 'data voids' is really insightful. Maybe we should teach students about search engine optimization in our courses too...

Resit Foundations of Information Retrieval 

Foundations of Information Retrieval course evaluation 

PhD positions on search bots and privacy-preserving information retrieval at Georgetown University.

infosense.cs.georgetown.edu/op

Ludo Waltman discusses Google Scholar, Microsoft Academic, Pubmed, Pubmed Central, Semantic Scolar, etc. for scientific IR. :pubmed:

Really useful! @Claudia Hauff's blog post about the 30 EMNLP 2018 papers most relevant to Information Retrieval.

chauff.github.io/2018-11-04-em

Foundation of Information Retrieval prizes for the three best TREC Genomics runs. 🎖️

Foundations of Information Retrieval . The following students will present: Jeroen Waterink, Jesse van Wieren, Mylan Heijink, Bram Theodorus, Thibault Douzon, Denisa Licu, Xiaowen Song, Max Vasterd

Foundation of Information Retrieval 

Foundations of Information Retrieval 

Foundations of Information Retrieval 

TextPipe is a Python package for converting raw text in to clean, readable text and extracting metadata from that text. Developed by RTL News & others (guest lecture Daan Odijk )

github.com/textpipe/textpipe

Daan Odijk from RTL news will give a guest lecture on how RTL and Videoland use personalisation and search. On Wednesday 17 October at 10:45h. in NH-115.

Foundation of Information Retrieval 

The web for classroom webforclassrooms.com
is a crawl and search engine for the web that is hand checked by teachers for relevance to children. Each page is assigned a reading level. There is no distraction from commercial, social or entertainment platforms. (guest lecture by Thijs Westerveld of WizeNoze)

Foundations of Information Retrieval 

Notebook 6 for Foundations of Information Retrieval is now on-line.

On Wednesday 10 October, Thijs Westerveld from WizeNoze will give a guest lecture on how WizeNoze uses Machine Learning, Natural Language Processing and Search to make the internet more accessible to children and less literate people. Join at 10:45h. in room RA-2504.

Foundations of Information Retrieval 

Foundations of Information Retrieval #tip 

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