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Google to index Books from reputed Libraries into its search database.
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 12/14/2004 09:25:00 PM.

Google is planning to use five major libraries to scan stacks of hard-to-find books into its widely used Internet search engine.

The ambitious initiative taken by Google is to index material from the New York public library as well as libraries at four universities — Harvard, Stanford, Michigan and Oxford in England. The Michigan and Stanford libraries are the only two so far to agree to submit all their material to Google's scanners. The New York library is allowing Google to include a small portion of its books no longer covered by copyright while Harvard is confining its participation to 40,000 volumes so it can gauge how well the process works. Oxford wants Google to scan all its books originally published before 1901.


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