Google Tech Talks has a number of great video lectures on You Tube. I thought I would share some that I found interesting.
First, there is a 13 part series on statistical aspects of data mining. The presenter is giving the class at Stanford and decides to also give the class for fellow Googlers. He is a very good instructor and takes people through an introduction of how to use statistics in data mining. This is definitely required watching.
Second, Andrew McCallum has a lecture on enabling object search instead of page search. Basically, his work is in entity resolution and graph approaches.
More to come...
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