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Friday, March 25, 2005
Jonathan Harris launches TenByTen.An interesting site that works with the process that every hour, 10x10 scans the RSS feeds of several leading international news sources,primarily Reuters, BBC & New York Times and performs an elaborate process of weighted linguistic analysis on the text contained in their top news stories. After this process, conclusions are automatically drawn about the hour's most important words. The top 100 words are chosen, along with 100 corresponding images, culled from the source news stories. At the end of each day, month, and year, 10x10 looks back through its archives to conclude the top 100 words for the given time period. In this way, a constantly evolving record of our world is formed, based on prominent world events, without any human input.When you open 10x10, you will see a grid of the top 100 world images that hour, ranked in order of importance, reading left to right, top to bottom. Along the right edge of the screen are listed the corresponding top 100 words, one for each image. 10x10 is built using Perl, MySQL, PHP, and Macromedia Flash.Wordcount is a related Site of the 86,800 most frequently used English words arranged as a single sentence. Clearly finding patterns make the difference - if through this well engineered implementations powered through uniquely designed algorithms, if we are able to find new patterns in words and pictures, we have advanced in technology with possibilities of potential breakthrough in fields like Pattern Recognition and Artificial Intelligence.
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