TED: I think that the agenda needs to go here because it otherwise breaks up some key flow
TED: This is a money slide where people should say “Wow man”. They shouldn’t understand the implications of this, but they should be very, very aware that something big just slide into the room.Tech Building Block: Not just textNot just users + queriesEmbrace Fuzziness: Esp. in Big Data, it is the only way you are going to survive.TED: I think that this should make the case for advanced that is still search at its heart. The idea that search can be radically changed should be on the next slide.
Search Abuse Can discuss how I started just doing free text, but then a curious thing happened, started to see people using the engine for things like: key/value, denormalized DBs, browsing engines, plagiarism detection, teaching languages, record linkage and much, much moreSearch has added more DB features over the yearsTED: We need to introduce the idea of *REVOLUTION* somewhere in here.
All that revolution is good, but what the heck does this have to do w/ Big Data?
GSI: needs a bit more meat
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