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DARPA Pursues Deep Web Search Tools

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency project Memex will shine light on parts of the Web where commercial engines don't search.

(Image: Montage courtesy of DARPA)
(Image: Montage courtesy of DARPA)

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WKash
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2/12/2014 | 10:32:10 PM
Catching up
Given DARPA's annual budget is dwarded by Google's and Microsoft's resources, it should be interesting to see what comes of DARPA's efforts to develop a deeper search tool.

 
Thomas Claburn
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2/12/2014 | 7:14:55 PM
the dark web
If DARPA is missing too much of the deep web, someone could always ask the NSA...
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