After nearly two years in the making -- and plenty of hype --
finally rolled out a "natural language" search engine. It's not a Google killer.
It's barely a business model right now. But at least it's something the world
can finally play with, and under the hood, there's lots of potential.
By the time you read this, the Powerset site should have changed into a tool
that allows you search
against material within Wikipedia. Why bother using Powerset rather than using Wikipedia's own search tool or even Google
set to look only within Wikipedia
pages? The Powerset pitch is t [...]
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