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Interesting feedback, Seun. We have been modifyin...

2004-12-15T13:53:00.000-08:00

Interesting feedback, Seun. We have been modifying the core algorithms, but the changes are subtle and difficult to see from the outside, mostly adapting to rapidly increasing data as traffic floods in. As we experiment and learn, there will be more changes.

Our pace of innovation is rapid. We continue to refine our core algorithms, and we are applying our personalization algorithms to new areas such as personalized web, news, and blog search.



Of course it shows promise, but it doesn't appear ...

2004-12-14T18:24:00.000-08:00

Of course it shows promise, but it doesn't appear to have become more useful than it was when it started. Other features you've added, such as source pages, are nice, but the core feature - selection AI - really doesn't appear to be improving. The 'users who read this article also read this...' approach is probably not very meaningful for news. I think you need to focus more on analysis of the articles' content.

More, more, more! I really love the concept but it needs to be made to really work!



You're right, Seun. This is hard AI. Truly solvi...

2004-12-11T15:58:00.000-08:00

You're right, Seun. This is hard AI. Truly solving the information overload problem will take many, many years.

Findory has taken some first steps toward the goal. I hope you agree that those first steps show promise.



I really do believe the ranking algorithms still n...

2004-12-11T14:23:00.000-08:00

I really do believe the ranking algorithms still need a LOT(!) of fundamental work before they come close to achieving the promise that Findory implicitly makes. Really. This sort of personalization is hard, I guess, but since you're promising it we the users need to hold you up to it!