Dr. David M. Pennock's Homepage News: What's New &
Noteworthy [Computer Research Scientist, Yahoo! Research Labs,
Electronic Commerce, Artificial Intelligence]
New & Noteworthy?
I've started a blog called oddhead covering a variety of research topics, with special emphasis on prediction markets and gambling.
I was named by MIT
Technology Review as one
of the top
35 technology innovators under age 35 for 2005.
press release | TR35
links in My Web
Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC'06)
June 11-15 2006, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI, USA
|Yahoo!/O'Reilly Tech Buzz Game
The Tech Buzz Game is a fantasy prediction market for high-tech
products, concepts, and trends. It is a joint research project between
Yahoo! Research and O'Reilly Research.
Game news, blogs, and links in My Web
|| Workshop on Sponsored Search Auctions
June 5 2005, Vancouver, BC, Canada. In conjunction with the ACM
Conference on Electronic Commerce (EC'05)
|| DIMACS Workshop on Markets as Predictive
Devices (Information Markets)
February 2-4 2005, DIMACS Center, CoRE Building, Rutgers University,
|Self-organization, Self-regulation, and Self-similarity on the Fractal Web, Gary W. Flake and David M. Pennock
Appears in The Colours of Infinity, 2004 [
| Clearpress, UK
This popular science book celebrates the tenth
anniversary of the cult classic documentary on fractals by the same
(Colours of Infinity) and the 80th
birthday of Benoit
The book updates the topic of fractals with a modern perspective,
contributions from Mandelbrot,
Arthur C. Clarke, Robert Prechter,
and Michael Barsley.
Our chapter discusses fractal-like properties and processes on the Web.
The book includes a DVD of the complete original
documentary, with soundtrack by Pink
|Yahoo! Research Spot Workshop on
August 26 2004, Yahoo! Research, Pasadena, CA, USA
| Markets in Uncertainty: Risk, Gambling, and
Information Aggregation (5MB PPT)
July 26 2004, San Jose, CA, USA, presented at the Nineteenth
National Conference on Artificial Intelligence
|Yahoo! Research Spot Workshop on 'New
Markets, New Economics'
May 5 2004, Yahoo! Research, Pasadena, CA, USA
Good Side of the 'Terror Futures' Idea (Yes, There is One)
Aerial combat sports league. Competition featuring air racing, bombing,
and dog fighting with virtual weapons systems.
GP news, photos, and links in My Web
Don't Take All: Modeling the Competition for Links on the Web
Divergence from pure power law distributions on the Web and in Web
Real Power of Artificial Markets
Studying Web market games
|Nobel web Co-occurences
|Fun fact: There are two
places on the web where my name co-occurs with the name of a Nobel