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This article was published on January 22, 2009

Skype Founders to Launch News Site that Predicts Your Interests

Skype Founders to Launch News Site that Predicts Your Interests
Toivo Tänavsuu
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dailyperfThe Estonian tech-visionaries, led by Ahti Heinla – one of the Founders of Skype, and Rainer Nõlvak are developing what they call “predictive content personalization technology”.

They plan to debut this technology in a project called DailyPerfect. That is a news site that predicts your interests through an automated semantic analysis of information publicly available on you on the web.

DailyPerfect’s site is meant for everyone reading news online and wishing to find interesting stuff easily. They don’t tell too much about this, since the project is at the moment in closed beta-stage. But will be launched publicly at the beginning of next year.

DailyPerfect was initiated by Ambient Sound Investments and Curonia Research. The team is led by Asko Seeba – the former Engineering Manager at Skype, and Ahti Heinla – a partner at Ambient Sound Investments and the former Lead Architect at Skype.

Read more about DailyPerfect here.