Yahoo Helping Out Universities, Will Google and Microsoft Join?

The world’s tech giants are all coming together to boost artificial intelligence technology. Yahoo just set itself apart from Google and Microsoft. The company is releasing information on 20 million anonymous users for university use. Understanding The Internet from Yahoo User’s Perspective The data compiles every click ad scroll of 20 million users. This makes up a giant chunk of data. The goal? The company is probably looking to join hands with colleges and universities to study how users interact with online services. This can only bring about positive results. The users themselves were taken out of a pool of Yahoo Sports, Finance, News, Real Estate and other pages. The compilation of data will only be available to universities, no exceptions. It’s expected to provide researchers with a better and more realistic…

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