<a title="Bing and O'Reilly Media: The Future of Search" target="_new" href="http://video.msn.com/?mkt=en-us&amp;from=sp&amp;fg=shareEmbed&amp;vid=59116000-d8cd-4a65-bf5c-7ab05186ba66&amp;src=FLCP:sharebar:embed">Video: Bing and O'Reilly Media: The Future of Search</a>

 

Hot on the heels of the much discussed Farsight Beyond the Search Box event, our Bing team has hooked up with O’Reilly to create a series titled “The Future of Search”. Bold words but that’s the ambition Bing has – to move beyond the ten blue links we’ve become accustomed to. What can we expect from this latest collaboration?

Every 3-4 weeks, the editors at O’Reilly will be curating discussions around social search, natural language, and “ the web of things” – aiming to look at where we are now and where we may be going. The first topic is Welcome to the party: Social’s potential and limitations on information retrieval and usage  and includes including Esther Dyson, Rich Skrenta of Blekko and Dr. Chris Ahlberg.

The discussion is underway at http://radar.oreilly.com/future-of-search