Skip to main content in New York Times, a Seattle startup created by UW CSE professor Oren Etzioni and four students, is featured in today’s New York Times:

“If you are thinking about buying a new laptop, stop thinking and do it. At least that’s what the algorithms at say to do.

“ is a Web site created by artificial intelligence experts that tracks millions of price changes on consumer electronics and appliances and uses algorithms to to predict when buyers are most likely to get a deal. The site claims 77 percent accuracy since its inception in June 2011.”

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