I’ve been working on a detailed technical scheme for a “search by meaning” search engine (as opposed to [dumb] Google-like search by keyword) and I have to say that in conquering the workability challenge in my limited scope I can see the huge problem facing Google and other Web search engines in transitioning to a “search by meaning” model.
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