Google News discussed at IJ-7 "innovation journalism" conference

Krishna Bharat invented Google News more than eight years ago. "His aim: help people easily find multiple perspectives on the news of the day by using computers to group together links to similar stories. Aside from a two-year stint in India to start our research & development operations there, Krishna has been working to improve […]

Krishna Bharat invented Google News more than eight years ago. "His aim: help people easily find multiple perspectives on the news of the day by using computers to group together links to similar stories. Aside from a two-year stint in India to start our research & development operations there, Krishna has been working to improve Google News ever since.

Krishna visited IJ-7 "innovation journalism" conference at Stanford University last week and held an on-stage conversation with David Nordfors, executive director of Stanford's Center for Innovation & Communication," said Google.

Below you can watch video of the conversation and hear from Krishna about why he created Google News, how it works, where it's headed and why he's optimistic about the future of professional journalism:

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