Omnity Makes Sense Of The World’s Messy Documents

Omnity, launching today, is a search tool for knowledge. If Facebook wants to connect the world, and Google wants to make the world’s data accessible, then Omnity lies somewhere in the middle. Instead of searching the internet at large, it skims a vast library of documents ranging from scientific journals, the Library of Congress, SEC filings, and pharmaceutical trials. What makes Omnity special is the way that it analyzes these documents when they go into the platform. An algorithm finds uncommon words within the document and uses them to organize similar documents together. Instead of a list of results, Omnity presents a visual web of information, showing how each source is related to another. When a user searches for a term like “machine learning,” Omnity not only serves results specifically…


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