Meaning-based search engine

The recently published Top 100 Alternative Search Engines are mainly covering bad copies of Google. The reason is, that (1) no semantics/meaning of the content is being extracted by most of the “alternatives” and (2) they don´t focus on special domains. Therefore Google won´t be topped in the next few years… But, if you take a look at Cognition Search you will find a really interesting new way to search for information (or is it at this stage even knowledge?): First you can select a special domain, you want to search in, second you can select resources and then a really helpful way to formulate your search phrase will amaze you…

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