Jean-Baptiste Michel + Erez Lieberman Aiden:
Ce que nous avons appris de 5 millions de livres.

TEDxBoston 2011 · 14:08 · Filmed Jul 2011
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Avez-vous joué avec Google Lab’sNgram Viewer ? C’est un outil qui est comme une drogue qui vous permet de chercher des mots et des idées dans une base de données de 5 millions de livres sur plusieurs siècles. Erez Lieberman Aiden et Jean-Baptiste Michel nous montrent comment ça marche, et quelques-unes des choses surprenantes que nous pouvons apprendre de 500 milliards de mots.

Data researcher
Jean-Baptiste Michel looks at how we can use large volumes of data to better understand our world. Full bio
Erez Lieberman Aiden pursues a broad range of research interests, spanning genomics, linguistics, mathematics ... Full bio
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