Sprylogics announces new semantic search engine

Toronto-based semantic search and risk mitigation software vendor Sprylogics announced today the beta launch of its new semantic search engine, Cluuz.com.

It is based on the company’s risk mitigation platform. The search engine is driven by entities, people, and their related social networks instead of traditional keywords. Patent-pending semantic graphs, visual charts, and detailed search results help the user find what they were looking for.

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