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Start-ups from Stirr: MetaWeb, Criteo, Wrike, and Buxfer.
An Indiegogo campaign aims to raise $100,000 to produce an artificial-intelligence machine dedicated to improving humans' happiness (and helping them around the house).
Metaweb maintains a vast database that records properties and relationships for all sorts of entities--and now Google bought the start-up.
Search giant builds a 500-million-item database of people, places, and things. Its content will be appearing in your search results starting today.
"We are not shipping until we have something more revolutionary than evolutionary," says Bing's Stefan Weitz about a personal assistant feature.
Late last week, Google representatives unveiled a significant enhancement to the company's ubiquitous search engine. They're calling it the "Knowledge Graph", claiming it will support "more intelligent searching for real-world things on the internet".
The newly unveiled, and still very beta, Graph Search marks the start of the next major phase in Facebook's history, and a path to Google-like revenue.
Feeling hemmed in on Twitter or Facebook? Uncram lets you create topic pages fast and share them easily.
The software maker's Political Streams platform offers a new way to keep an eye on election news. An interesting feature: it keeps track of mentioned names and places in each story.
As one of several start-ups trying to crack the code on building a piece of the semantic Web, its biggest challenge will be attracting users.