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Lifebrowser: Data mining gets (really) personal at Microsoft

Lifebrowser: Data mining gets (really) personal at Microsoft (PhysOrg.com) -- Microsoft Research is doing research on software that could bring you your own personal data mining center with a touch of Proust for returns. The software uses machine learning to help a user place life events, which may span months or years, to be expanded or contracted selectively, in better context. Lifebrowser's timeline shows items that the user can associate with "landmark" events with the use of artificial intelligence algorithms. By associating an email with a relevant calendar date with a relevant document and photos, significance is gleaned from personal life events.

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