Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Cornell Undergrad Launches - Intelligent News Search Engine

Tired of drudging through headline after headline to stay informed? Stevesie News makes it easy to stay up-to-date with the world. Created by Cornell Undergraduate student Steve Spagnola, Stevesie finds live news from hundreds of sources across the web. Next, an artificial brain comprehends the most recent headlines to decide what's important and how different news stories relate to one another.

Stevesie's artificial brain mimics how our brains store and retrieve memories, constructing an associative network of news and keyword relations. The result of all this complicated-sounding work is a great way to experience the news.

How Stevesie Works
Stevesie effectively presents the news through buzzwords, pictures, and related topics, not just the headlines. Command your news experience with the instant search feature; just start typing to see what's going on in the world. Surf through the news by related topics to see the trends unfold. Stevesie also presents a superior variety of headlines for each topic by not just concentrating on breaking stories...Click to read more

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