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Friday, January 8, 2016

Beating Google Through Semantic Search

Semantic Search Engine Omnity Reckons It Can Beat Google

Motherboard | January 6, 2016

One new search engine is so confident in its technology that it thinks it could buy Google, and not the other way around.
In development for four years and only now, at CES 2016, out of so-called “stealth mode” in which the company said not a peep to the press, Omnity is a new kind of search engine that asks the question: What if, instead of searching for keywords like “baseball scores” or “best-rated Nintendo 64 games,” a search engine let users search across disparate documents, from Wikipedia pages and news articles to patent filings and PDFs, in order to find shared interconnectedness?

Google Semantic Search

<more at; related links: (SEO 101: What is Semantic Search and Why Should I Care? November 22, 2014) and (Google Semantic Search. Paperback: July 10, 2013)>

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