True Knowledge launches open beta

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True Knowledge, ‘plain English’ answers engine, has today launched its open beta. Back in September the site won around £600,000 in backing from Octopus Ventures. Developed by AI software developer and entrepreneur William Tunstall-Pedoe, True Knowledge is out to change the way factual information is made accessible via the Internet. By structuring facts in a way that machines and humans can easily understand, its tool is able to provide an intelligent response to questions without human intervention. In other words, you put in a question and it’s supposed to answer like a human. That’s what it says on the tin, but obviously one can see this being a fairly interesting Enterprise 2.0 application.

  • http://kitchentwo.com/2007/11/08/true-knowledge-beta/   True Knowledge Beta by Kitchen 2.0

    […] new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. Thanks for visiting!Everyone (Techcrunch, Techcrunch UK, Read/Write) seems to have covered the beta launch of UK based True Knowledge, except for UK based […]

  • http://www.techcrunch.com/2007/11/08/true-knowledge-launches-natural-language-search-engine/ True Knowledge Launches Natural Language Search Engine

    […] Cambridge, UK-based True Knowledge released its natural language search engine into private beta yesterday (a story broken by TechCrunchUK). […]

  • http://www.sharecountry.com/?p=12 Sharecountry » Blog Archive » True Knowledge Launches Natural Language Search Engine

    […] released its natural language search engine into private beta yesterday (a story broken by TechCrunchUK).Like the much-anticipated Powerset, the company aims to give appropriate answers to natural […]

  • http://forloveofcolor.blogspot.com/ agnieszka

    Very swish.

  • http://afullerview.wordpress.com/2007/11/08/techcrunch-uk-new-to-me-and-a-new-search-engine/ TechCrunch UK (new to me) and a New Search Engine « A Fuller View

    […] just found out about TechCrunch UK & IE today – which is cool, They had an interesting breaking story about a new natural language search engine called True Knowledge (just launched a private […]

  • http://blog.meetup.hu/2007/11/09/true-knowledge-launches-natural-language-search-engine/ Budapest New Tech Meetup Blog » Blog Archive » True Knowledge Launches Natural Language Search Engine

    […] Cambridge, UK-based True Knowledge released its natural language search engine into private beta yesterday (a story broken by TechCrunchUK). […]

  • http://www.geekstr.com/2007/11/09/true-knowledge-launches-natural-language-search-engine-2/ True Knowledge Launches Natural Language Search Engine at Geekstr

    […] Cambridge, UK-based True Knowledge released its natural language search engine into private beta yesterday (a story broken by TechCrunchUK). […]

  • http://fr.techcrunch.com/2007/11/11/true-knowledge-lance-son-moteur-de-recherche-en-langage-naturel/ TechCrunch en français » True Knowledge lance son moteur de recherche en langage naturel

    […] True Knowledge, société de Cambridge en Angleterre, a lance son moteur de recherche en langage naturel. (révélé hier sur TechCrunch UK) […]

  • http://euedge.com/blog/2007/11/09/true-knowledge-launches-natural-language-search-engine/ eu.edge » Blog Archive » True Knowledge Launches Natural Language Search Engine

    […] Cambridge, UK-based True Knowledge released its natural language search engine into private beta yesterday (a story broken by TechCrunchUK). […]

  • http://uk.techcrunch.com/2007/11/29/true-knowledge-looks-for-api-beta-testers/ TechCrunch UK » Blog Archive » True Knowledge looks for API beta testers

    […] startup True Knowledge, reviewed here, is seeking beta testers for its API service. The UK startup, which recently won Angel funding, has […]

  • http://uk.techcrunch.com/2008/05/12/powerset-has-a-secret-video/ TechCrunch UK » Blog Archive » Powerset has a ’secret’ video

    […] to buy Powerset have noticed a small UK startup called True Knowledge, which I have covered before here and here. It too is creating a natural language search engine. Perhaps they […]

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