YouTube wins its first Emmy for video recommendations you can't resist | The Verge
Geege Schuman stashed this in Google
YouTube has long sought to remake television for the web, and now it has an Emmy to show for it. The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences said today that the Google-owned video service has won a technical Emmy for its personalized video recommendations. The Emmy honors the computer science that powers YouTube’s recommendation algorithm, which suggests clips to watch based on a person’s viewing history, popular videos, and other signals.
YOUTUBE WON ITS FIRST EMMY FOR THE QUALITY THAT MAKES IT SO UNLIKE TELEVISION
Then how is that an Emmy? Academy, you're doing it wrong!