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Integration of social networking content into search results. What do you hope to achieve with ESPforMe? Is there a commercial goal? We hope to increase our user base and monetization over time as the product becomes more robust. We can increase the amount of content, and show readable content not just search results. CerePath is rolling out as a paid service, using ESPforMe for focus groups. ESPforMe.com gives paid users the ability to embed comments in the search results themselves. We have found a way to show ads in a more engaging way. Currently this is free. When you sign up you can promote any site and it will appear in the ‘related’ section. Where would you like to be in one, three and five years’ time? In one year, we’d like to make the technology more robust so it can solve more problems. Also we’d like to get into EEG headset/wearables manufacturing. In one to three years we’d like to expand into related products. EEG applications for music listening and Internet of Things are already in the concept stage. In five years, maybe some new thing will be incorporated. I don’t know what it will be. Biological computing? Explain to me how the technology works like I’m a layman… Go to espforme.com, download the plugin, plug in the USB ‘Dongle’, and don your EEG/Brainwave headset. Current setup is for Mac only, and you have to contact us for a license, but that is changing. There are training buttons on the site that you use to associate thoughts with words and actions. When you press a button, ‘visualize’ the results you want, and save the session, the application will remember the associations and use them as the foundation of your future interactions with the Web. You are then able to dynamically update the site based on your thoughts, mood, etc. This is done by a complex series of mappings between the headset, training engine, plugin, dongle, custom coding, user interface, and underlying search engine. And the whole thing learns and improves with more usage. And your ability to focus and impact the EEG output does too! What have been the biggest challenges you’ve faced? The main challenge is conveying that the ‘hard’ part – adding features to make the product more useful – is eminently doable, easier than what we’ve done so far. We just need an infusion of cash as this is going through my incubator, The Brooklyn Tech Loft. We are the little guy with the audacity to disrupt Google on a shoestring. Also, people think I’m kidding or am an ESP nut. I view E4M as a fun, interesting, innovative, useful technology. Not mystical or weird, not as invasive as typing all your personal information into Facebook. We are so far ahead of the curve that we are trying to convert a research technology license into a public facing product, which is an issue with the headset manufacturer Emotiv. The headsets are expensive but a cheaper version is in the works. What do think the state of search will be like in the near future? Is there a place for ESPforMe? Traditional search will trend downward and EEG tools will trend up. Today’s search engines will be like paper telephone books. ESPforMe will present customized mind blowing information without any effort on the user’s part. Whether that happens in one year or 10 will depend on whether there is some major event, a tech crash, or maybe widespread advertising blockers. View full post on Search Engine Watch ESPforMe’s future Mind Rummler Scott Search Google will soon report null Quality Scores for new & low-activity keywords 10 hours by Web in SEO The null replaces the current default Quality Score of 6 for new keywords. 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The replicable smart city platform aims to link “together all aspects of real estate development with a preconfigured, intelligent framework.” The first test project of the platform will be the 16-acre Gramercy District in Ashburn that will underpin the smart cities that 22 Capital develops in the future. Gramercy District in DC will be well connected Gramercy District will have transit and commuter links to D.C., 900 residential units, a hotel, an office building, retail space, parking garages and a high-tech business center. 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If Chrome is the solution of choice for desktop systems, and Android the designated operating system for mobile, then it stands to reason that Google’s next big operating system project would be focused on the emerging Internet of Things market, a quickly-evolving ecosystem of networked systems and devices that span many levels of size and complexity. Is Fuchsia the next step for Chrome and Android? Other rumors indicated that Fuchsia would become the base for a new generation of Chrome and/or Android, enabling these systems to take advantage of tomorrow’s demands. With augmented reality and VR putting additional strain on current-generation hardware and software, a streamlined operating environment would make expanding on these applications easier. Nick Mediati of PC World theorized: “One possibility I see is where Google uses Fuchsia instead of Linux as the underpinnings for next-generation versions of Chrome OS and Android. 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Sony showcases several possible use cases for the SmartEyeglass on Developer World. Examples range from showing fire fighters important information when they enter burning buildings to providing opera guests with easy-to-view subtitles and translations. One solution where Sony’s SmartEyeglass has great potential is that of remote guidance. Joakim Elvander, Partner Engineer, and Developer Advocate at Sony, explains the basics of the remote guidance. “One of the main benefits of the SmartEyeglass is the ability to enable a two-way communication. 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Its an ambitious project, especially considering LeEco apparently doesn’t have a license to produce electric cars in China. The company has applied for a license, but so far has not received confirmation. LeEco is undeterred, saying that the license isn’t a major deal. It was looking for a partner to build the LeSee, possibly Beijing Auto or Guangzhou Auto, but decided to build its own industrial park instead. The factory could save LeEco money on production, though investors worry with the $2 billion purchase of Vizio, the Beijing-based firm is spreading itself too thin. Where are all of LeEco’s investments? Some also wonder where LeEco is getting the funds to pay for all of these huge investments. The Information and Bloomberg both reported some fishy borrowing and spending by CEO Jia Yueting, hinting at a lack of corporate oversight on leader decisions and finances. LeEco has a large stake in Faraday Future, the autonomous car company that has shown up to CES 2015 and 2016 and is working with Aston Martin to build an electric car, so if it doesn’t get a license to build in China, it still has some connection to the automotive market. People have questioned LeEco before for its extremely aggressive push into new markets. The Le 1 and Le Max both were underpriced and high performance smartphones, but both sold well and the company reported a small profit in the months following. A car costs quite a bit more than a smartphone to manufacture however, and this will be a real test to see if LeEco can play by the Chinese regulators rules, keep its finances in check, and sell a fully functional, high performance electric car. The post LeEco to drop $3 billion on self-driving car plant appeared first on ReadWrite. View full post on ReadWrite billion drop LeEco plant selfdriving Check out my BIG SMX East Preview. 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View full post on ReadWrite autonomous China iNext launch IaaS drives up U.S. fed cloud spending by 25% 1 day by Web in SEO U.S. federal government spending on cloud computing jumped 25% in the past three years, driven by infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) investment. An article by Nextgov discusses the finding of a recent report by big data analysis firm Govini that shows strong cloud spending. This follows an earlier report that government spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) has risen 20%. In its analysis, Govini found that in 2015 the federal government spent $3.3 billion on cloud computing, representing a rise of 25% from $2.6 billion in 2012. That year was a particularly weak year for cloud computing investment by the government, as sequestration had driven spending down to a 5-year low in 2012. IaaS was the key driver of the increased cloud spending, as more federal agencies undertook programs to modernize their IT infrastructure. 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This helps you tailor creative, messaging, and bidding with far more precision. When it comes to ecommerce, there are three fundamentals ways you should look to segment your users: Average Order Value (AOV): Say you sell a variety of different products, from high-end/expensive items to affordable accessories. Segmenting out your 1st-party data by AOV allows you to better understand the audiences who can afford to go after your more expensive product vs. those who are looking for a bargain. Product Category: If you sell multiple different types of products, you’ll want to split out your customers by the product categories they have purchased (e.g. women’s handbags, women’s apparel, etc.). This allows us to better tailor content when running our ads. Lifetime Value (LTV): Segmenting audiences by LTV helps you create audiences of users who will most likely be repeat purchasers/loyal customers vs. those who will tend to just buy a few items for their more immediate Separating the two groups will allow you to bid accordingly as you see performance kick in. Step 2: Build your lookalikes So now it’s time to build out your lookalike audiences, which range from 1% – 10%. What this means is that the 1% are audiences closest in similarities, traits, and behaviors as your seed audience, and it contains only those users, which restricts scale. The 10% audience is the least similar – but it’s also the biggest pool. The way you’ll want to set up your campaign is by building ad sets for each segment. So let’s say you chose to segment your first party data by AOV; your setup would look like this: Ad set 1: LAL 1% of AOV>300 Ad set 2: LAL 1% of 300>AOV>100 Ad set 3: LAL 1% of 100>AOV Step 3: Customize the experience for each segment So here is why segmenting out your audiences can be so strong – now we can truly tailor the creative messaging and user experience for each audience. For example, for the high-AOV audience, we would want to show creative with more expensive products and customize messaging to promote high quality, etc. We would then want to send users to a landing page geared around these more expensive product types. For the low-AOV audience, we would want creative showcasing more affordable products and would tailor messaging around discounts and deals. Again, we want to ensure we aren’t sending these users to landing pages with expensive products, as they will bounce. So we choose the landing page destinations accordingly. 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