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Information about Google Wave
Science-Technology

Published on September 18, 2009

Author: islides

Source: authorstream.com

:  WAVE Slide 2: What is Google WAVE? Slide 4: Natural Language Processing Slide 5: SNAPSHOTS SNAPSHOTS Slide 6: GAMING Slide 7: Rosy: The Translation Robot Slide 8: ADDING PEOPLE Slide 9: EVENTS Slide 10: Adam Schuck Talks About google WAVE toolkit Slide 11: Sergey Brin Talks About google WAVE

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