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  1. 3 Reasons Natural Language Processing (Not Google Glass) is the Future of Search

    Along the way many have claimed to solve this machine language problem, promising users can use natural language processing – the normal everyday language humans use as opposed to the "query a database" language search has traditionally required...

  2. Ask.com's Top Questions of 2010: Users Prefer Dunkin' Coffee

    Yes, Ask has joined Jeeves in retirement, officially bowing out of the search business last month in favor of concentrating on the question and answer service they returned to in July. Plus, this list has become a yearly tradition at Search Engine...

  3. Jeeves Makes a Comeback in the UK

    Jeeves brings warmth and humanity to the search experience, and thanks to the enhancements we have made to our site, he is even better at providing answers than ever before so bringing him back is a perfect fit.

  4. SearchDay | How to Communicate SEO Value

    Ask.coms removal of Jeeves seemed to hurt them, FindWhat and eSpotting merger and . Search Engine Watch Experts Columns Is Live Search Renaming A Miva Move? The reason appears to be that multi-channel marketers are funneling more money to search...

  5. Is Live Search Renaming A Miva Move?

    Ask.coms removal of Jeeves seemed to hurt them, FindWhat and eSpotting merger and rename to Miva definitely impacted the companies, so there is data for not making the changes. Seems Microsoft is moving to finalize the renaming of Live Search to...

  6. Live! From Redmond, It's Microsoft Powerset Live!

    Think Ask Jeeves 1.5) That means you can type questions in a search box the way you normally ask them. Seems Microsoft has already forgotten the Sunnyvale search engine. Microsoft has agreed to buy Powerset, the semantic search engine touted as the...

  7. Powerset Launches Piggybackipedia: Wikipedia Search Engine

    Think Ask Jeeves 1.5) That means you can type questions in a search box the way you normally ask them. The advantage to the user, aside from using questions similar to what one person would ask another verbally, is that a natural language search...