New York, USA – June 29, 2018 – A new search engine utilizing IBM’s Watson brings users closer to what they are looking for – with a surprising twist. Billion Dollar Bot goes further than displaying search results that contain the keywords provided by users, showcasing pertinent information relating to recent studies, media coverage, and logical connections that help expand on the subject matter in question.
For example, when someone makes a query for “exercise equipment”, it is expected that she will view, in response, search results from various ecommerce stores selling such products – and little else with regards to, for example, their utility and design; or the recent advancements with regards to their use. In contrast, such a query in the Billion Dollar Bot search engine will yield results such as a NASA article titled “The International Space Station Advanced Resistive Exercise Device”. As such, Billion Dollar Bot succeeds in both informing, as well as educating users, going beyond merely listing links that include, word-for-word, what they initially sought out to find.
“Our experimental Billion Dollar Bot is empowering 1 billion people to solve problems with IBM Watson and taking on Google Search” said Billion Dollar Bot’s media representative. “We are excited to offer our on-demand, solution-based search engine to those who have been let down by their experiences with other popular search engines. Billion Dollar Bot keeps abreast with the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence, and updates it services to offer the best possible user experience.”
No further information is available at this time. All further developments with regards to Billion Dollar Bot’s expansion will be announced in future communications with the press.
To learn more about Billion Dollar Bot, please visit its website.