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December 26, 2004
IBM's third-generation search tools
In the New York Times, James Fallows of The Atlantic Monthly reports that IBM may be working on a "third-generation" search tool that far eclipses Google's "second-generation" search technology. In fact, IBM has already released a new product, OmniFind, that is based on a potentially revolutionary new search strategy known as "unstructured information management architecture" (UIMA). Thus far, the results have been encouraging: "The combination of ever-faster computers and ever-evolving programming allowed the systems to succeed at tasks that have beaten their predecessors." Among those predecessors, of course, is Google.
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