Cpedia: the automated and biggest encyclopedia of the world from Cuil

| April 15, 2010

Traditionally, search engines have returned a list of references in response to a query — ten blue links. Cpedia changes this.

For each query, Cpedia algorithmically summarizes and clusters the ideas on the web and uses this to generate a report. They do the heavy lifting of removing all the repetition, so that unique and novel content surfaces.

Just as Wikipedia uses the effort of a large number of people to edit a topic, they combine all the documents written about an idea on the web to generate one article.

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Category: Internet