Friday, August 18, 2006

Spying an intelligent search engine

CNET "No one argues that Google has revolutionized Web search, but some technologists promise a new age of search tools that are much more powerful with advances in artificial intelligence.
Search is like oxygen for many people now, and considering Google's breakthroughs in Web document analysis, supercomputing and Internet advertising, it can be easy to think this is as good as it gets. But some entrepreneurs in artificial intelligence (AI) say that Google is not the end of history. Rather, its techniques are a baseline of where we're headed next."

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