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Bill Slawski
Works at Go Fish Digital
Attended Widener University School of Law
Lives in Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California
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Microsoft's Garage App can recognize different dog breeds...
Man's best friend has inspired a new app – Fetch! Using your iPhone camera or photo library, it can identify and classify dogs by breeds and tell you what kind of human personality fits best with specific breeds. And just for fun, the app will even take an informed guess on what kind of dog you or your friends might be.
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Google gains competition in providing answers from a knowledge base source
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Andy Rubin appears set to take on Google in the area of AI; he has some interesting things set up towards that goal.
Rubin’s ambitions go beyond building gadgets or companies. He wants Playground to be the factory that creates the building blocks for an AI-infused future.
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There were some very vitriolic comments against him or his leadership style in the article,
but other than that he does seem to have a winner here.

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These new eBooks from Google sound interesting.


#eBooks #MobileApps
Google Creative Lab has partnered with Visual Editions and developed interactive e-books that are a cross between a book and a game. The e-books are compatible with Android and iOS platforms.
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Deep Mind is back to playing arcade games to do more deep learning, with a Doom-like labyrinth styled game.
The artificial intelligence firm has come up with a computer learning technique that requires less processing power, allowing it to reach new heights
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Google was granted a patent involving building Entity Recognition Training Models, from sources such as knowledge bases and news sources to help fuel search results and knowledge panels within those results.
A Google patent describes an Entity Recognition approach where it may recognize entities from a training set of sentences where those entities appear..
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Good to know information about using music in videos.
Copyright law is complicated, and thousands of creators may not even be aware that they are in breach of the law by using copyrighted music in their videos.
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This has been a "burr" under my saddle for many years ...
"Blue Head" "fakes" just a taking and taking 
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Self-Driving Trucks to Deliver Packages for Google? A new patent show how it would work.
Forget waiting for the government to figure out how drones work: We already have delivery trucks.
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Hi +Chris McCreery I haven't seen any patents on self driving transit, but I would expect something along those lines at some point.
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Careful with plugins for structured data
In the past month or so, there has been an uptick in the number of manual actions seen around
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+Michael Andrews Every situation was a little different but with for example the EasyRecipe plugin it appeared to be stemming from the fact that users weren't enabling the proper settings. 
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Teaching Search to Your Audience

Dan Russell teaches people how to search on his blog; in his latest post, he covers some really important lessons along the way.

I taught a class on internet literacy to some school teachers at a local community college; and it can be challenging getting them to think about how to search and how to find good queries.  This is something that you need to think about and keep in mind when you optimize a website for SEO - some of the audience you are trying to reach may have little experience actually searching for the kinds of things that you might offer on a web site - how do you reach those people?
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Did Google Acquire Voxer, and is this a sign that Google Hangouts will improve tremendously?
Voxer is a relatively popular messaging app for Android and iOS, and has long been considered one of the best solutions available for those looking for a great PPT (push-to-talk) experience on mobi...
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His Company was acquired to help introduce Google to the Knowledge Web, and he brought us Freebase and the Knowledge Base.  He has now taken over from Amit Singhal as the head of search at Google
As Google's head of artificial intelligence takes charge of search, deep learning is already changing the way Googling works.
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it's like 1996 all over again
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  • Widener University School of Law
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  • University of Delaware
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  • Hillsborough High School
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Interested in seo, search engines, searchers' behaviors, the future of search, the semantic web, music, the environment, and how the Web works.
Introduction
I grew up in New Jersey and Ohio, studied at the University of Delaware and Widener University School of Law, and spend a lot of my time either doing SEO, looking at the code behind web pages or with my nose buried in a search-related patent.

I previously lived in the Virginia Piedmont, about 50 miles west of Washington, DC in a county filled with horse pastures and farm fields. I am presently located in Carlsbad, California.

I enjoy reading fiction and science fiction, listening to most types of music, delving into  the history behind small towns, out door photography, and exploring nature.

I am the Founder and President of SEO by the Sea, and I like working with people with their web sites, to help make them easier to find, and easier to use.

Some posts I've written in the past that focus upon analyzing patents from the search engines:

I am the Director of Search Marketing at Go Fish Digital, on Google+ at Go Fish Digital

I am often called a patent analyst or patent expert or patent guru by many people and bloggers and media writers, but my job is not to analyze or interpret patents. I do that for fun, and to learn things about search engines and search that I otherwise couldn't.

I consider it performing due diligence and feeding my curiosity - the information behind many business models and algorithms that search engines use are being made public, and it's worth taking the time and making the effort to read through them and trying to understand what they say and why they say it.

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Reads patents for fun
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SEO / Internet Marketing Consultant
Employment
  • Go Fish Digital
    Director of Search Marketing, 2013 - present
  • SEO by the Sea
    President and Internet Marketing Consultant, 2005 - present
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Cardiff-by-the-Sea, California
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Carlsbad, California - Warrenton, Virginia - Newark, Delaware - Hillsborough, New Jersey
The Afro-American Historic Association of Fauquier County shows off images and artifacts from local people and places in the area. The exhibits stretch from Egypt to the election of President Obama. To me, the most powerful of the exhibit items is the Slave Cage outside of the museum from the 1850s, which is haunting.
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reviewed a year ago
A great place to get local and healthy foods and produce, including farm fresh meats, cheeses, and many other products straight from the farm itself. I enjoy shopping at the farm market because I find myself wanting to sample everything I've purchased as soon as I get home and start unpacking my bags (sometimes I don't wait that long). The people who work there clearly love the place, and I'm usually asked more than once if I need any help, or have any questions. The store also includes lots of baked goods at great prices, honey and salsas and chutneys and many types of pickled produce from local manufacturers. They also carry organic goods and gluten-free mixes
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reviewed 2 years ago
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The best BBQ I've ever eaten was in a roofless wooden shack just outside of Dallas, serving ribs and pulled pork, brisket and chorizos, fried okra and cornbread, and more. It's a long way from Virginia to Dallas.Fortunately, the second best BBQ I've eaten is about a six minute drive away, at a truck stop down the Seminole trail. If you like BBQ, and you get a chance to stop by, you definitely should. It's not fine dining, but it's definitely good eating.I have half my meal left, and if I wasn't full, it might not last too long. Other reviews I've read have pointed out the location, decor, and atmosphere of the truck stop, and if you drive past, it might not be a place you'd consider stopping at. If you like ribs or pulled pork though, that would be a mistake.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Poor - FairService: Very Good
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reviewed 3 years ago