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Google to detect user’s age

15 December 2010, by — admin ()

Google has developed an algorithm that determines who is using the computer at any given moment — a child or a grown-up.

To do that, the system monitors the user’s actions, analyzes the browsing history and the sites loaded in the browser. The algorithm already demonstrated reliable results in a series of tests, which enabled Google to register an official patent with the US Patent and Trademark Office.

The author of the algorithm, Krishna Bharat, is the head of Google’s research facility in Bangalore, India, and the lead developer of the Google News service. He is also a co-author of another similar patent describing an algorithm for determining the age, literacy and income levels, as well as the ethnicity of a user.


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