Yandong Liu joined Yahoo Labs in early 2013 working in Search Sciences. Prior to Yahoo he briefly worked as a scientist on computational advertising in a Palo Alto startup. Before that he was studying computer science at Carnegie Mellon University specializing in data mining, machine learning and their application in event detection, question answering, etc. He is particularly interested in leveraging machine learning to build real systems that are potentially useful to end users.
Dr. Steven Skiena uses computational social science to rank historical figures in his presentation of a "Quantitative Analysis of Historical Fame."
Yahoo and Carnegie Mellon University's joint $10 million, five-year Project InMind announces new 2015 research projects and Yahoo Fellows.
Yahoo Labs is proud to be a bronze sponsor of the 24th International World Wide Web Conference (WWW 2015).
Yahoo Labs is proud to be a silver sponsor of the 37th annual European Conference on Information Retrieval (ECIR).