Powerset's semantic obsession is already working its way into Bing's primary search engine, helping to suss out the meaning behind end-user queries, generate captions for query results, and suggest related queries. Microsoft acquired the San Francisco-based Powerset last summer in a deal worth a reported $100m, nearly a year …
Sentences as good as their software
"Sometimes, you get a great sentence in an article and it doesn't have all the keywords but it's really the thing that best explains what the sentence is about."
Sometimes you try to write a sentence and fail miserably to convey any meaning to the readers.
Exactly. That sentence makes no sense whatever, although one can almost grasp what they are trying to say. Perhaps they should look up 'metaphor'.
@AC, Re: Sentences as good as their software
Your sentence explains exactly what your sentence is about perfectly. Nice work!
Steve (I'm gonna f...ing kill Google) Ballmer: Have you tried Bing?
Steve's acquaintance: Uh no, what is it?
Steve: It's our new search tool. You should try it.
Acquaintance: How does it work?
Steve: You enter a question in the space, press Search & Bing, Bing....
Acquaintance: ...blue scream of death. I thought you'd fixed that so that it just froze instead.
Steve: I don't understand. We had Google for a backup.
Ah Bing, Vista, Windows 7, they all suck.
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