New start-up company, Better Internet Search Ltd, is revealed through an article in the Herald. The new company is based on technology developed by Trisent Ltd.
Trisent is looking for talented software developers to join and exciting project. A full-stack developer is needed immediately and they are also looking for skills in a number of other areas too.
Currently, the predominant business model for commercial search engines is advertising. The goals of the advertising business model do not always correspond to providing quality search to users
TRISENT is strengthening its collaboration with Edinburgh Napier University through two student projects supported by the Erasmus Programme. Two final-year students from Spain are coming to Edinburgh in March as part of the European Erasmus Programme. They will both...
This is a guest blog post by Jack Warner of TechWarn. The French government bids farewell to Google and adopts Qwant. At the end of last year, the French National Assembly announced that they are not going to use Google anymore. All the devices belonging to the French...
Blockchain and smart contracts cannot be inherently trusted – they must establish trust in the architects, the coders the participants, and anyone involved in the implementation and operation of the system. However, the transparency and consensus mechanisms built into the technology are a significant aid to building that trust.
In 1998 a colleague introduced me to the Google search engine and as a result I made the shift from my previously preferred search engine, Alta Vista, to Google. Twenty years on, despite trying many others, I still use Google regularly. I was delighted by the Google experience 20 years ago, but today I dislike Google search for several reasons. However, I have yet to find a noticeably better alternative.
For those not familiar with the ‘Filter Bubble’, the term was coined by Internet activist Eli Pariser around 2010 and refers to a state of intellectual isolation resulting from personalisation applied to the delivery of web content. The suggestion is that users become...
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will kick in on 1st January 2020
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