Posts Tagged ‘smart search’

Semantic Technology Can Make Our Phones Even Smarter

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Ron Callari of InventorSpot recently wrote, “In the foreseeable future, search on smartphones will allow for intuitive logic not just text-matching based on keywords. But what will our smartphones offer in the Web 3.0 world of Semantic Technology, Augmented Reality and the Internet of Things? Semantic search is already being addressed by the major search engines and social networks to understand the intent of the user. All the major players are competing for dominance of semantic computing because it’s been identified as the solution to the demanding needs of big data.” Read more

Are Rising Semantic Search Companies Closing in on Google?

 

Claire Cain Miller of The New York Times recently wrote, “Say you need a latté. You might pull out your phone, open the Yelp app and search for a nearby cafe. If instead you want to buy an espresso machine, you will most likely tap Amazon.com. Either way, Google lost a customer. Google remains the undisputed king of search, with about two-thirds of the market. But the nature of search is changing, especially as more people search for what they want to buy, eat or learn on their mobile devices. This has put the $22 billion search industry, perhaps the most lucrative and influential of online businesses, at its most significant crossroad since its invention.” Read more