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    tl;dr: It is wanna-be continuation of semantic web / RDF.

    Here is transcript of an interview that pitch the project https://bigthink.com/videos/google-2-0-why-mit-scientists-are-building-a-new-search-engine

    I read everything there was to read even the discourse forum. There is not much tangible stuff at the moment to chew.

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      I read everything there was to read even the discourse forum. There is not much tangible stuff at the moment to chew.

      Thanks for doing this. Glad to know it’s really in the early stages.

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      Many have been convinced for the last few decades that a knowledge graph is the way forward.

      What makes this attempt any more likely to succeed than all the rest?

      What guarantee is there that if it somehow succeeds, that its value won’t be then sold to the highest bidder, as freebase was? (as its ironic name suggests, it was also meant to be free for all)