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One of the best things about Powerset is its Factz feature. If you look at a page for a movie, you can see a pretty neat, completely automated summary of the plot. Have a look at Star Wars.
May 12, 2008 in powerset | Permalink
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It seems to me that they are using Freebase parsing results from Wikipedia. Freebase is yet another semantic web (interesting) company from Cambridge, England. But Why would Powerset use someone else parsing technology?
May 13, 2008 at 02:17 PM
One of my favorite pages with Factz is the List of problems solved by MacGuyver (http://www.powerset.com/explore/semhtml/List_of_problems_solved_by_MacGyver). Check it out if you have a chance.
@Vitorino: The Freebase data you see in Powerset's search results are actually queried via Freebase's API after parsing on Powerset's side.
May 20, 2008 at 01:35 AM
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