SeeqPod, the multi-media search engine which grew out of research at the Lawrence Livermore Labs as a biometric search engine, which has raised the ire of the music business, is about to be sold to a "major media company," founder Kasian Franks tells Eliot Van Buskirk at Wired's Epicenter.
Last year in Los Angeles I interviewed Kasian about the technology surrounding SeeqPod. I have republished the interview today.
If it is sold, that would be good news or its investors and for the U.C. Berkeley Lawrence Livermore Labs, which has a 5 percent equity stake in the troubled start-up.
Andy Plesser, Executive Producer