Big data venture business Twinword has released the Chrome extension service “Twinword Finder”, which can complement the function of separate search results.
SEOUL, KOREA, August 20, 2015 /24-7PressRelease/ — Big data venture business Twinword (CEO Kim Geon-o, www.twinword.com) has released the Chrome extension service “Twinword Finder”, which can complement the function of separate search results.
When people search for information on the Internet, the shown data is limited, as they are restricted to using only certain words. However, when the “Twinword Finder” is installed on the Chrome browser, users can get access to information that not only includes the typed-in words, but also the associated words of the initial search.
For example, on the webpage that shows the search results for the word “turkey”, people can run “Twinword Finder”. When the word “food” is typed in, the program highlights paragraphs that have associated words, such as “food”, “sauce”, and “dish”.
Since one can just look through the paragraphs that “Twinword Finder” marked, people will save time when searching for key information. In particular, the program is effective when searching for exact information on a page that has many long sentences. “Twinword Finder” comes in three types: the free version (limited functions), advertisement version, and the pay version.
Twinword is currently providing associated word data to search engine DuckDuckGo. By offering developers the associated word processing API, the company is establishing a nice position in the natural language and associated word processing sector.
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