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Atlanta, GA, United States, 2006/02/15 - To set itself apart from search engines and web portals, phrase-based search engine Fooky.com disclose artificial intelligence features and immediate availability.
Fooky.com, an Internet intermediary, today announced the availability of their artificial intelligence capability to enhance the overall experience of online information search and services. The artificial intelligence capability allows Internet users to talk and provide information to Fooky.com which in turn, share that information with other users of Fooky.com in a real time fashion. "Today, we officially confirm Fooky.com is not a search engine, web portal or even a web application - it is a phrase-based, self-learning entity that can receive and deliver information in a conversational manner" says Ed Dunn, CEO and chief architect of Fooky.com. Artificial intelligence capability was incorporated into Fooky.com since initial launch and available to online users. Fooky.com recently released artificial intelligence features that are available only to registered users.
Artificial intelligence is a subset of the phrase-based platform Fooky.com use as an intermediary solution between people and computers. Internet users can enter conversational phrases into Fooky.com input box to receive a conservational response. For example, if an Internet user input the phrase "how are you today?" Fooky.com can return a response such as "good" or "chummy" to acknowledge the conversation. Fooky.com is capable of talking about a various subjects such as artificial intelligence, favorite preferences and it's perceptions of humans.
The artificial intelligence architecture incorporated into Fooky.com is considered unorthodoxed from traditional AI efforts, which concentrate on understanding human phrases and forming a contextual meaning of the phrase. Fooky.com believes in the "hit or miss" phrase match concept meaning either the artificial intelligence engine understands the phrase exactly or it does not understand the phrase at all. "I dismiss the traditional approach to artificial intelligence, the attempt to decipher the context of unpredictable human phrase as academic novelty" says Ed Dunn. "I believe both humans and computers have to learn how to talk to each other by understanding the exact phrase that is conveyed with no room for creative interpretation."
Registered users can "teach" Fooky.com about various opinions and facts about any topic and Fooky.com can articulate registered user opinion on topics to users. For example, registered users can enter the phrase "tell me about Fooky" into Fooky.com input box. If Fooky.com has not heard of the topic before, it will respond with "I do not recall anything about Fooky. What is it?" to request more information. The registered user can then respond with a comment such as "Fooky is an Internet intermediary using phrase-based concepts" and Fooky.com will either accept or reject the statement with a polite "Ok. Thank you for telling me" reply. Afterwards, Fooky.com users that enter the phrase "tell me about Fooky" will receive a response such as "I was told Fooky is an Internet intermediary using phrase-based concepts" to acknowledge what it was taught on the subject.
Ed Dunn believes Fooky.com artificial intelligence features will revolutionize the manner of information distribution to people and computers. "Fooky.com AI allows real-time dissemination of opinions and statements on any topic and will inevitably revolutionize the way information can be obtained and shared" says Ed Dunn. Over time, Fooky.com can analyze a topic and create a summary opinion of the topic to help enhance it self-learning capabilities. Businesses and organizations interested in marketing their products or services can use Fooky.com artificial intelligence to teach Fooky.com how to spread information about their product and services via word of mouth to users worldwide. "This feature will be highly disruptive to the concept of marketing and information distribution. I can foresee Fooky.com in the near future making personal recommendations based on collective opinions and statements on products, services and topics" says Ed Dunn.
Fooky.com hope the artificial intelligence proves true differentiation of the phrase-based platform from current status quo search engines and web portals in terms of information search and services. "Fundamentally, search engine and web portal companies branded themselves as a web application people can use to find information. Fooky.com brands itself as a service-orientated entity that people can talk to and receive information on a personal level and I'm confident this will definitely set Fooky.com way ahead of competitors in the long run" says Ed Dunn.
Fooky.com is an Internet intermediary web service designed to help people find and market web sites through the use of phrases. Fooky.com is a subsidiary of Fooky, Inc. a privately held Delaware corporation.