The companies—Powerset, Hakia, Cognition Search, Lexxe—are trying to develop a search technology that would allow you to look for material on the Web while writing like a normal, educated human, instead of just entering keywords, and dropping all the in-between stuff that gives us those wonderful things called sentences.
It's a bold aim. For example, Powerset's stated goal is to build "a natural language search engine that reads and understands every sentence on the Web." Forbes has an interesting analysis of the field, and points out one key competitive flaw: At this point, these companies don't actually offer an advantage over Google. One analyst says they might be able to develop one, but doesn't expect it anytime soon. And Google? Well, as you might have guessed, the Web giant, surely well on its way to develop semantic technologies of its own, isn't too worried.
Its quicker just to write in keywords anyway, I'm not seeing any point other then happy english teachers.
"subscriber," I imagine you mean "other than." No offense intended; simply illustrating my point. Read on.
I like a unified form of language because it allows us to understand each other. Your confusion of homophones isn't a total stumbling block for me, but it might prove difficult for a non-native speaker, given the fact that the two words in questions have totally unrelated meanings. I've also run into spelling and grammar errors so terrible that I literally couldn't decipher a meaning.
I'm also pretty sure that what's at stake here isn't just time and effort, but intuitiveness and viability. For example, my wife can never find what she's looking for because she's not familiar with exclusive boolean terms like "-" "not" "+" and quotes. The way you enter a search string can drastically change your results, especially with all the embedded keyword garbage that fills those sites nobody actually wants to see, but somehow everyone always ends up at.
I assume language == English and that “a natural language search engine that reads and understands every sentence on the Web.” really means "a natural language search engine that reads and understands every English sentence on the Web.”.
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