Posts Tagged ‘future of search engines’

Judgement Day: Wolfram Alpha Launching at 7pm CDT

It is time. The new search engine we all talked about, extensively, will be launched today at 7pm CDT. We will be able to test it ourselves and pass the judgment. I am still off the opinion that it will not be a threat to Google. Here is a snippet of what I said before: [...]

Lets get it Straight, it is not a Google Killer

Recently Stephen Wolfram gave a presentation about his new WolframAlpha which he calls the “computation knowledge engine”. ¬†While we wait for the launch, we can get an idea about its role in future. One thing’s for sure, it’s not going to be a threat to services like Google or ¬†Wikipedia. After his speech, it has [...]

Future of Search -Kumo, Google Semantic Search

Search as we know it has to change. No doubt about it. Devices such as SixthSense have to appear in faster pace to eliminate the gap between human and computers. In future, we should not go to our computers or even to our PDA’s to search. Through sensors, and wearable devices we should be able [...]

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