So there are some lessons in here. APIs are not a good way to assert intellectual property claims. Another is be careful who you partner with when murky software definitions are involved.
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Yes, litigating your way to software business success has its pitfalls, and it's ironies. Trouble for Microsoft is that it has the deepest pockets in town, and therefore an IP infringement magnet, whereas the Linux cup runnith over in all directions, with only a trickle available for a jury to potentially ransack. It just doesn't seem fair.
We use some techniques very similar to what a speech recognizer does. It will take the audio and will run signal processing algorithms over it and try to extract out some key features that describe the music. We then use some machine-learning techniques basically to teach this system how to recognize music that is both similar and dissimilar. So at the end, we have a music similarity model and this is the neat part. We can then use this music similarity model to recommend music that sounds similar to music that you already like.
John Carbone, Express Logic vice president of marketing, said that the denial of the early injunction has not dissuaded the pursuit of the full action. The final arbitration process will continue, he said, in about three months. Green Hills has also lost on some early issues, including two counter-claims, he said.
Podcasting increasingly is an accessible, valuable, and inexpensive way to reach the more inquisitive of those with a need or hunger to know more about what interests them most.
We can surely see Cape Clear betting on the tools as the proper focus for open source community ESB advantage.