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Omnity debuts a new kind of search engine for heavy-duty researchers

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The search engine compares the semantic language – the real meaning of the content – in the documents to reveal unseen patterns and connections in fractions of a second.I saw a demo of the platform in January at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, and it has a lot of interesting potential.Omnity s basic search is still free, but its subscription packages and special information databases start at $100.The specialized information that Omnity is offering includes Securities and Exchange Commission filings and records, patents, Library of Congress data, court precedents and legal records, scientific journals, pharmaceutical and biomedical trials, financial reports, and U.S. Congress reports and legal history.

Discovering unexpected connections between diverse knowledge domains reveals unique insights that sharpen focus and drive innovation.

We created Omnity to help scientists, engineers, medical professionals, lawyers and financial people cope with the explosion of data and knowledge that is happening in every field of study.

Omnity is designed to be powerful yet easy to use, and is priced so that organizations large and small can access this transformative technology.

Unlike conventional search, Omnity said it can find related documents even when they do not cite or link to one another.

The company is offering introductory pricing of its commercial service in five tiers, with the first month free for all paid tiers:

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