Tiinker denkt voor jou

February 13, 2008

Whereas the social news service from Digg relies on members to select and rank content, a new startup from Sydney, Australia, tiinker, does just the opposite: it treats each member as an individual and learns what he or she likes.

The service, an intelligent news aggregator, uses A.I.-like technology to determine your interests and then adapts to show you the news stories you will find most interesting. And since web 3.0 may be all about personalization, tiinker just might be the next big thing.
One of the first things you’ll notice about tiinker is that you don’t have to create an account to try it out. Tiinker will remember you for a while using a browser cookie. You can click “try it now” from the home page to start rating stories up or down without ever having to log in. If you like the service, though, you’ll want to create an account to save those rankings.

Klik hier.


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