One feature of semantic search engine that sets it apart from regular search engines like Google and Bing is that it mainly focuses on the interconnections between diverse fields of knowledge. Omnity, with semantic web searching ability, can take over Google that chose to remain undercover for four long years and finally decided to reveal itself at CES 2016.
Only a few days ago, this search engine has attained the title of “next-generation semantic search and discovery tool”. Users can dig out hidden relationships between various fields of education such as law, finance, engineering, and medicine.
The next likely question is how does this semantic search engine work?
Users of Omnity can utilize a fully completed document while searching for anything particular online. Moreover, it will assist users to find all the relevant contents available within documents present inside other documents even if they are not directly bridged via outbound links.
It ignores random words like “he”, “she”, “it”. Instead, it seeks for interrelationships between contents with spectacular efficiency. Subsequently, Omnity searches for the uncommon words for its search.
According to Brain Sager the co-founder of Omnity,
“The Omnity product highlights several unusual features. For example, a single person reading and pair-wise interconnecting 100,000 documents would take nearly 10,000 years. Omnity can perform this function in a fraction of a second, which represents a trillion-fold acceleration.”
Is Omnity a new threat for Google?
When inquired by Motherboard Sager replied,
“We don’t view ourselves as being complementary and not competitive with Google, and I use Google every day and it’s great, but no, we’re more likely to buy Google.”
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