Omnity is a new semantic search engine that focuses on finding high-value interconnections between different fields of knowledge. Its creators are so ambitious that they were born to face Google, and even try to buy it over time, demonstrating their confidence in the technology present in Omnity. This new search engine is introduced at CES in Las Vegas to state four years immersed in the network to its advent. Its creators define it as “the next generation of semantic search and discovery tool”, inviting people to discover hidden interconnections between the fields of physics, laws, science, engineering, and medicine.

How does it work?

Omnity allows access using whole document hosted on the network, acting as a search query itself and discovering while other documents based on content. In this way, we look for related documents that are closely connected, without the need for any links between them. The search engine ignores arbitrary keywords that add nothing to the document and simply focuses on the keywords that are Interconnected content on the network, processing the rest of the content to run the search. Its creators set the example of whether a person needed to read 100,000 documents to look for information, it would take 10,000 years to achieve it. Instead, Omnity does the job in a split second. The creators of Omnity have asked if their intention with this new search engine is to act as a complement to Google or even look for some million dollar sale: “We use Google, and we like, but no, we are more reluctant to end up buying Google”.