This AI Librarian Organizes Your Bookmarks With Machine Learning

The internet bookmark aspires to be the digital equivalent of the sticky note you paste on an important page in a college textbook. But that’s where the metaphor falls apart. If the internet is a college textbook, it’s an infinitely dense one, where every chapter covers a different subject, and someone has stuck a sticky note on every page. The problem that nearly every bookmarking site inevitably needs to solve is one of organization. Pinterest does this with boards; other bookmarking services, like Pinboard, do so with tags. All of these solutions, though, require users to rigorously categorize their own bookmarks… which when you think about it, is kind of the equivalent of asking someone to bind and title every physical book in their library before they actually put a…


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