Thursday, April 22, 2010

Automated Encyclopedia Cpedia

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The project is Cuil, which loudly proclaims himself a "killer" Google, has launched a new search service - namely, automated Encyclopedia Cpedia.

In contrast to the well-known and the now de facto standard for Wikipedia, whose articles are written by visitors to Cpedia such articles will be provided automated, special robot.

Moreover, they will emerge on the fly, in real time on user's search query. In other words, unlike conventional search engines, SERPs will be formed not in the form of a list of links, tips, and in the form of ready facts - in the form of articles.

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