[NetBehaviour] tragically, it's not hip

marc marc.garrett at furtherfield.org
Mon Nov 14 17:37:32 CET 2005


precisely...*squidge*

m.

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>>Well, it can't be that hard- humanity is becoming more mediated, turning
>>into a socially shaped blob anyway...
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>>marc
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>>>amazing isn't it ?
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>>>They know what songs you like, even before you like them.
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>>>Record labels spend millions of dollars each year trying to predict
>>>what singles will top the charts and which ingredients make a hit
>>>single.
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>>>Now, two Massachusetts Institute of Technology PhD grads believe they
>>>have cracked the code.
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>>>After years of crunching data, Brian Whitman and Tristan Jehan have
>>>devised a computer program that listens to a song, then predicts how
>>>humans will react to it.
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>>>http://www.theglobeandmail.com/servlet/story/RTGAM.20051110.wxhits10/BNStory/B
>>>usiness/
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