Online search today really isn't very good. Try finding for instance a store in your area that sells refrigerator parts that's open on Sundays, and you you'll realize that there is much space for improvement.
Some believe that the Orion technology could be the answer. Enough so that all the major search providers have raced to hire 26-year-old Israeli doctoral student Ori Alon who build the technology at the University of New South Wales in Australia.
In addition to pages that relate to a certain keyword, Orion also presents users with a list of other topics related to the key word, allowing them to quickly pick the most relevant search result.
A search for "American Revolution" for instance would list results in subcategories including American history, George Washington, American Revolutionary War and Boston Tea Party.
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Tuomo Suntola's ALD technology extended Moore's Law, but was only adopted by chip-makers in 2007