by Peter Jackson
Our talk summarizes some recent thinking in the field of vertical search and illustrates it in the context of a new version of Westlaw, called WestlawNext. We argue that getting the right allocation of function between person and machine is the key to making specialist content more findable and search results more understandable.
Certain recent academic developments in large data have immediate and sweeping applications in industry. They offer forward-thinking businesses the opportunity to achieve technical competitive advantages. However, these little-known techniques have not been discussed outside academia–until now. What if you knew about important new large data techniques that your competition don't yet know about?
1st–3rd February 2011