12/13/2007 | 9:28 am
Are prediction markets efficient?
Robert Frank back on his feet after a heart attack. (Earlier)
Hackers use “flirt” program to fool would-be online daters. (HT: Marginal Revolution)
Malawian innovator builds windmills to provide local electricity.
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A story on large scale datasets and whether they can truly be anonymized. An interesting point about census data being used to figure out that gender+birthdate+zip code can usually uniquely identify a person.
Just a thought about the Cyber love program. Does it qualify to pass the Turing Test? or do the people it fools fail?
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