[ Image: Cuil is an old Irish word for knowledge. ]
Tom's Blog|Cpedia and its Detractors - Posted 2 months ago
Cuil Blog|Introducing Cpedia, the automated... - Posted 2 months ago

Welcome to Cpedia (alpha) — the automated encyclopedia from Cuil.

Traditionally, search engines have returned a list of references in response to a query — ten blue links. Cpedia changes this.

A natural way for people to receive information is a report — a summary of the topic. Current search results are more analogous to receiving a bibliography than a sourced report.

For each query, Cpedia algorithmically summarizes and clusters the ideas on the web and uses this to generate a report. We do the heavy lifting of removing all the repetition, so that unique and novel content surfaces. Just as Wikipedia uses the effort of a large number of people to edit a topic, we combine all the documents written about an idea on the web to generate one article.

There are many surprising relationships on the web… but one warning, not everything people say on the web is true.

Are you ready to read the Web?

Features

Features

We’ve created the world’s biggest index, and we’ve also developed useful features to help you search. They’re simple to use and help you explore the variety and complexity of the Web.

Learn More

Management

Management

Cuil’s team has a long history in search. We’ve worked on every major breakthrough since search began. Now we’ve come together to bring you the next generation in search.

Learn More

Feedback

Our Philosophy

Cpedia is the first of its kind on the web and we’d love to hear what you think. We promise we’ll listen!

Learn More