A new search engine Ketady has been launched in France aiming to provide intelligent search results for users. The idea behind Ketady is that humans respond to humans – rather than machines giving approximated answers via algorithms.
A registration is required – and searchers questions are referred to ‘experts’ who carry out the necessary search and respond within a guaranteed 10 minutes – rather than 10 milli-seconds! That’s excluding night-time, of course.
Using humans is not a totally new concept – but a 10 minute delay seems rather long. It will be interesting to see if the results make the wait worthwhile!
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