holy_calamity writes “This article talks about software from Microsoft Research that looks like a smarter, more private version of Facebook’s timeline. Lifebrowser uses machine learning techniques to process photos, emails, web history, documents and other data on your computer and automatically create an interactive timeline with an awareness of what’s important and what’s not. Lifebrowser is intended to be a prosthetic for memory. When a user searches their archive for specific information, Lifebrowser presents notable photos and other information to aid recollection.”
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Microsoft's Lifebrowser Is a Prosthetic For Memory