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Oct 12, 2005

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Nenshad Bardoliwalla

Another great post by Jeff Nolan (surprise, surprise). There is no question that there is a great interest in mining unstructured data, but its a vast space in terms of breadth and depth. For example, just because one can do text search across e-mails, PDFs, PPTs does not mean that one can easily facilitate searching audio, video, and other richer media types. More importantly, there are massive privacy implications for this type of unstructured data mining. Do you want your manager knowing what web pages you visited, what PDFs you read, what audio and video you downloaded? How do I separate that which I want indexed versus that which I do not?

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