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  1. Twitter Helps Prove That Fame Isn't Fleeting

    The researchers then set about using tools to pick out people's names from this vast archive – some of which is stored as digital content, while a huge proportion is generated from optical character recognition tools being applied to microfilm.

  2. Getting Buy-In Is A Crucial First Step in Enterprise SEO

    Reading text is easy; performing optical character recognition (OCR), or speech-to-text, is hard and they don't do it. The two biggest: Many different groups of people are involved in Web site design and implementation decision-making, so making...

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  3. More than Organizing Photos? Google Acquires Neven Vision

    Optical Character Recognition with Language Translation I first read about this acquisition over on the Google Operating System Blog, in Object Recognition Is The Future Of Google, where I learned that the facial recognition software developed by...

  4. Search Engine Forums Spotlight

    Optical Character Recognition And Crawlers High Rankings Forum The Ones That Don't Come Back High Rankings Forum I just can't take on a client that doesn't know what they are doing or has a terrible model.

  5. Google Launches Catalog Search

    To create this search index, Google scanned these catalogs and converted their printed pages into machine-readable text, using optical character recognition software. In December, Google rolled out a completely unexpected offering: Google Catalogs.

  6. Google Launches Catalog Search

    To create this search index, Google scanned these catalogs and converted their printed pages into machine-readable text, using optical character recognition software. A longer, more detailed version of this article is available to Search Engine...

  7. Internet History Archives

    Users may also search the text of a DjVu document upon which Optical Character Recognition (OCR) has been performed. I'm an avid fan of the history of the Internet. The Net's history is still relatively under-documented, and though there's a lot of...