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Search engine DuckDuckGo just released a video that aims to show that there’s no such thing as impersonal Google results. The video shows results from an experiment the team did in which more than 100 people searched the same topics while logged out of Google. Talking Points Memo interviewed DuckDuckGo founder Gabe Weinberg about the experiment.
Edtech startup ApprenNet launches a K-12 version of its legal education program, Flying Kite reports. Meanwhile, registration for its National Science Foundation-backed massive open online course has grown from 200 to 500 people, according to this tweet.
Real estate data startup Kwelia runs a “sentiment analysis” on tweets during last week’s vice-presidential debate. Check out the results here, and check back for a similar analysis of last night’s debate. Kwelia also got a mention in The Economist as one of accelerator Startup Chile‘s participants.
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