Evri founder Neil Roseman (former VP of Technology at Amazon) is quick to explain that it is not a search engine. Rather, it helps users find related information by analyzing text to determine relationships between related terms. For example, a search for Barack Obama would likely yield a visual graph linking him to the Democratic Party, his wife, and other senators, along with a succinct summary of his background. Unlike the human-powered search engine Mahalo, Evri is powered by an algorithm.
The site made its debut appearance at last month’s D6 conference, which you can watch below: